Photographing Norwegian Waterbirds!

Photographing Norwegian Waterbirds!

Last week, I had a cool chance to see some amazing waterbirds up close. I’m talking about ducks, seagulls, cormorants, and even a sneaky little Common Moorhen hiding in the marshes. To get some good shots of these birds, I had to get creative with how I took my...
My Best Photography in Norway so far…

My Best Photography in Norway so far…

Around 2 months ago, the family and I moved countries from Australia to Norway and of course, I needed to keep photographing! I’ve found many new species for my life list and even some non bird encounters with deer and squirrels. Take some time to enjoy this...
Red-capped Robin and an unexpected guest!

Red-capped Robin and an unexpected guest!

Last Sunday, I embarked on an exciting birdwatching adventure at the Kumbartcho Sanctuary in Brisbane, with my sights set on spotting the elusive Red-capped Robin (new lifer). This beautiful bird is usually found over 6 hours away from Brisbane, but much to my...
Spotting Black-faced Monarch and More at Oxley Creek

Spotting Black-faced Monarch and More at Oxley Creek

I had an amazing day of birdwatching on April 23rd at the Oxley Creek Common, a beautiful nature reserve in Brisbane, Australia. As I started my journey, I spotted a few Rainbow Bee-eaters and Grey Fantails passing by. However, as I moved further into the reserve, my...
I found a White Browed Woodswallow!

I found a White Browed Woodswallow!

On this trip to the famed Sandy Camp Wetlands I sighted the White Browed Woodswallow! This bird has brought attention to the wetlands all over social media sending photographers into a craze. The woodswallow generally doesn’t live near the coast and likes to...
Black Shouldered Kite and More at Girraween.

Black Shouldered Kite and More at Girraween.

About a month ago, the family and I went on a small weekend trip to bird haven, Girraween National Park! In total, I found 10 new species for my checklist including: Black Shouldered Kite, Little Eagle, 2 types of Treecreeper, 4 types of Honeyeater, Plum Headed Finch...