#1149 Cedar Waxwing
#1055 An American crow portrait
#1430 Eastern Bluebird, m taking flight
1356 American Goldfinch, male on zinnia
#1196 A ruby throated hummingbird juvenile male fluffs his feathers back into place after preening. (Available only as a signed print direct from Neil)
#1183 Baltimore Oriole, male, in flight. (Available only as a signed print direct from Neil)
#1174 Northern Cardinal scaring house sparrow away from feeding tray - 1 of 4 sequential images. (Available only as a signed print direct from Neil)
#1147 Cedar Waxwing
#1123 Eastern Bluebird portrait, pair at our hanging feeder during winter.
#1041 A ruby throated hummingbird sipping from beebalm
#1031 A juvenile male Ruby Throated Hummingbird sips from a pink zinnia.
#1025 A mute swam keeps its cygnets close by. The cygnets climb aboard for naps and protection.
#972 A ruby throated hummingbird brakes suddenly to sip from a wild flower. We call this image "Air Brakes!" (Available only as a signed print direct from Neil)
#941 "I see you quite clearly," this Red Tailed Hawk seems to say as it sits over a walking trail at Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge in Concord, Massachusetts.
#931 A Great Blue Heron with dramatic neck braiding
#914 A male tree swallow portrait
#864 Northern Cardinal portrait, male, in springtime.
#815 A mute swan family coasts by perhaps 200 feet away from our kayaks. Swans are very protective of their young and keep them well away from any threats.
#808 We often see Great Blue Herons while kayaking on the Nashua River, downriver from Groton, Massachusetts. Note the sunlight passing through its eye.
#633 Lesser Yellowlegs stand just above the ocean's edge savoring the warm sun.
#598 A blue jay in an unusual pose
#593 Northern Cardinal, male, in hemlock tree
#470 A male mute swan finishing a noisy approach, with feet and wings slapping against the water, warning us that we've come too close; we moved away quickly.
#451 A mute swan in flight.
#406 A tufted titmouse on a feeder in winter. (Available only as a signed print direct from Neil)
1392 Baby Bunny (notice how short its ears are, and the height of the mowed grass)