Two Birds for Today



A Yellow-rumped Warbler in Irvington, New York. A sure sign that spring migration is underway.


A Ruby-crowned Kinglet stopped briefly at a cherry tree in our neighborhood before moving on. They are almost constantly on the go. The Kinglets can flash a ruby-red crown when they are excited – apparently this photographer didn’t make the cut.

The 2016 Audubon Photography Awards have been announced and I was lucky enough to have three photos included in the Top 100 gallery. My photos are numbers 54, 59 and 91.

A Time for Quiet

The ends of the earth stand in awe at the sight of your wonders. – Psalm 65

010203040506070910111213sheep 15The 2010 Windland Smith Rice “Zoos and Aquariums” Category Winner was captured at the Bronx Zoo when a Western Lowland Gorilla became intrigued by a fearless Mallard duckling. It was displayed at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in 2011.

All photos © Tom Warren… With gratitude.