Jeff specializes in stock photos of North American birds, wildlife, general nature, and regionally - the Adirondack region of northern New York State. The bird galleries feature a sampling from thousands of images of 300 North American bird species.
Jeff's photos have been featured on covers or/and in Cornell's Living Bird, Bird Watcher's Digest, Adirondack Life, Kaatskill Life, Adirondack Explorer, NY State Conservationist, National Geographic Complete Birds of North America, and books by the Appalachian Mountain Club and Adirondack Mountain Club. Organizations using his images include the Boreal Songbird Initiative, American Birding Association, Wilderness Conservation Society U.S. and Canada, Audubon NY, NRDC, and the Biodiversity Research Institute. Jeff has written numerous nature articles accompanied by his images, published in Bird Watchers Digest, Adirondack Life, NYS Conservationist, Adirondack Explorer, and Natural New England.
Jeff's portfolio including stunning close-up portraits of bird species at risk including rusty blackbird, Bicknell's thrush, golden-winged warbler, cerulean warbler, and others.
The Galleries feature a sampling from thousands of available images including 300 North American bird species. Search for a desired species by browsing through the galleries by subject-family-species or use the SEARCH tool with common names. You may also inquire by contacting Jeff at *518*791*6869 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Adirondack Life cover, April 2016. Common loon taken on the Cedar River Flow at sunrise while camping with friend Bruce Dudek. Canon 300 F4L & 1.4 extender handheld, 1/320 sec, F7.1. - New photos, eastern Florida Jan 2016, New Canon 100-400L IS MkII on a Canon 7DMkII immediately proved that the second release of this zoom is far superior to the original. I chose not to bring a tripod to Florida and the sharpness of handheld bird portraits from this lens is astounding.