As expected, the cultures did not grow anything. This may very well indicate that the infection has been beaten but I will likely be put on a strong, very expensive oral antibiotic to ensure that any loose ends are cleaned up after I am sent home. That will likely be tomorrow, Friday [...]
Wow! I’ve been swamped. Trying and failing to get my 2008 Income Taxes finished before I leave for the Galapagos this afternoon. Doing 50+ posts per day on my beloved BirdPhotographers.Net, packing, and taking care of business. I will be back in the office on July 20.
This pair of young dark phase Reddish [...]
Well, Chris and I were supposed to be on Dauphin Island on Thursday afternoon but slept in the Brandon, FL motel that night. I brought my Toyota Sequoia in for the 90,000 mile service even though I had only 80,000 miles on the vehicle. I figured that it would be a good idea bring it in before the [...]
When we set sail in the pitch dark from Gibsonton on the Hooptie Deux we could tell that it was a bit foggy. When we got out to Alafia, it was quite foggy. When things are not great, do not fall into the habit of wishing things were better. Think outside the box and [...]
When attempting to photograph erratic flight or action, I will often choose AAFPS, All AutoFocus Points Selected as in most cases this make it easier to track the bird or to maintain focus on two birds that are interacting. On my last trip with James Shadle on the Hooptie Deux, we were headed back [...]
For those having image distortion problems related to their browsers, we apologize but will be unable to deal with that problem until we are able to customize Word Press; that will not happen for a while as I am hoping to get my taxes done on time for the first time in years. Anyone [...]