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Victor Mendoza 19-Sep-2011 03:15
I went to Boqueta Panama two years ago to visit my brother and returned as a birder. I just reviewed your bird photography for the first time and was really impressed. I've been doing backyard bird photography with good results and am now starting to get serious about field birding/photography. Do you put on seminars or have field trips in Oklahoma?

Mike Ward 31-Mar-2011 00:57
Great images!
Jeri McMahon 19-Sep-2009 16:51
What a nice gallery! The whole site is beautifully done. Your photos are always the best!
michael brewer 26-Jun-2009 03:15
Excellent !
I also love the great variety of our wild animals.
Your talent, skills and techniques are beyond my wildest dreams !
Thanks for all the wonderful views of so many wild species.

To track so many and get the shots you have captured
is of the highest ability as a wildlife tracker !

Way to Go !

Mike Brewer
Julie Sisler Steiner 10-Apr-2009 23:56
Jim, Our father has sent us a link to your website a couple of times. This time I decided to comment. He has told us that many times you go "out on a limb" to get your bird shots (so to speak). Your photos are truly superior! My husband and I like to use them as a reference.
Julie Sisler Steiner
Bob Moul10-Oct-2008 02:06
Great galleries, Jim. Your whole website looks familiar. LOL

Good Birding,
LeRoy Morrison 17-Mar-2008 14:48
Excellent photos
Cyndie Browning 07-Mar-2008 13:20
Color me a fan, Jim, or if you ever need a photo groupie, just holler!! ~:-)
Susie Ruby 28-Jan-2008 18:19
As always, Jim, I liked your photos. Do you have any barred owl photos I could use as painting reference?

Eddie Reese would like to know if you could get a photo of the leuconistic Red-tail that comes each winter along N 161 East Ave between the railroad tracks and Redbud Valley Preserve.
Matt Latham19-Jan-2008 17:37
very nice site Jim.
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner 19-Jan-2008 17:16
Great Gallery