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Can you help with locations where we can see a Connecticut Warbler?
I just noticed your galleries and am really impressed. I too like taking bird pictures so really appreciate the amount of time you have spent taking and processing your pictures. Good job.
Awesome captures Ryan, I have been looking for one for the last se eral years no luck yet.
Dear Ryan, Like Nancy Dake, I also found your site while trying to differentiate between Belted and Frosted Whitefaces. I shall enjoy looking through more of your photos when I have the time. I'm up in Ottawa, Ontario, where we have an interesting cross-section of environments to explore. Alison
Ryan- I enjoy viewing you photos- I use 100-400mm also and 60D. We have emailed in the past. I have a couple pics that I need ID help with. Can you email me so that I can email you...........
Victoria Photography Club
Ryan - your friend, Tom Nicholls, sent me a link to your parasitic jaeger. I'm really impressed with ALL your photos! Magnificent! I have a Canon 50D and a 100-400 L lens like yours, but I've got a long way to go to catch up!
Stumbled upon your galleries while googling identification of Belted and Frosted Whitefaces! Fantastic discussion and illustrative photos. Not to mention your other wonderful galleries which I will enjoy at leisure at my earliest opportunity. Thanks for sharing both your talent and your knowledge.
Your photos are great! I found them accidently while looking for information on your Shrike lecture in Green Bay. We really enjoyed the NRF Field Trip on Banding Birds on Saturday. You have a passion for birds that is infectious--thanks for spreading it!
Nice photos but let me ID or more correctly quess. 1. Clay-colored sparrow 2. Mourning Warbler 3. Sharp-shinned hawk
If I get them correct tell Mike McDowell. Mike, Slvia Marek and my wife Dottie bird a lot together.
Mike, the source of codes used by the BBL is at
Another source, which varies slightly -- including for Barred Owl -- is at
My AOU check list gives the Barred Owl code as BAOW. I may have an old list. When did the code change?
HI I LIKE YOUR PICTURES AS I LOVE ANIMALS AND ALL WILDLIFE.
I am really enthusiastic about your site. I enjoy taking photos of anything scenic. This last year I found a young great horned owl in the area. I hope to add to it other types of owls. It appears that there are several great snowy owls in the Ashland area. I will have to come up and visit the area sometime. The gray owls are also very neat.
Hi Ryan! Your dad gave me your website address. We drive school bus for the same district. Last week we took the band to a parade. That was the first I met your dad face to face, and somehow the conversation didn't take long to end up on birds, and I am an avid birder, too. It's exciting to find fellow "bird brains". He couldn't speak enough about you and encouraged me to check out your site so here I am. You do have great photos, just as he said. I'm very impressed! Audrey Manspeaker
Very nice photos! Great collection.
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner
I'm simply loss for words. Kudos!
Very Nice pictures Ryan! I think I am going to get a digi scope...
Ryan, I'm still checking out your albums from time to time to see what's new. I've got my photos on pbase now too.
Very nice photos! Well done.
My email is email@example.com. Thanks again!
If I'm near Ashland on Sunday March 19th, I was wondering where is the best spot for seeint a snowy owl or gyr falcon? I'm from central WI so I'm not real familiar with roads in Ashland. Can you give me good directions and suggestions? Best time of day for viewing? Was anyone planning to go scoping on Sunday? I appreciate your advice.
Thank you for sharing your inspiring photographs! You have a gift, a zest for life that comes alive in your images. Now, can you come over sometime and watch my children so I can get outside and attempt to take photographs half as inspiring as yours! Merry Xmas. Santa Paruk
Your photographs are great. Thanks for sharing them. I love the motion of the immature Red-tailed hawk shot. I'll stay warm wqtching through your eyes.
You've got some great stuff here! I really enjoyed checking out your galleries!!!
Wow, your predatory birds and rarities are outstanding! A definite advantage of living up north. That gyrfalcon is awesome. Are they rare as well?
Ryan-fantastic owl shots. Have seen many owls but not the Great Grey-well done. When you get a chance take a look at my bird images. I too have a passion for birding and photographing birds.