Female Red-Winged Blackbird in a Marsh

For Photographers: Birding in the Fall (and Spring)

Autumn is finally here! I hope you have some wonderful weeks in this beautiful, colorful season. Does Autumn mean something special for you (outside of the typical holidays)? For me, it means that thousands of migrating birds will begin to fly through Ontario again. Time to get my camera!

A quick photo tip: Get up early so that you’re out at dawn. This is the time when animals are most active and you’ll be likely to capture something beautiful. The same goes for dusk.

What are you looking forward to this season?

“Female Red-Winged Blackbird” photo taken by Samantha in Point Pelee National Park. (That’s the southernmost point in Canada!)

Female Red-Winged Blackbird in a Marsh


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