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"Sunset Stroll", Photographed by Jennie McGregor at Vic Fazio Wildlife Refuge, California "Sunset Sentinel", Photographed by Jennie McGregor North Livermore, California "Los Amigos", Photographed by Jennie McGregor at Staten Island Road, California "Wanderer in the Wilderness", Photographed by Jennie McGregor at Coyote Hills Regional Park, California "Refuge in the Reeds", Photographed by Jennie McGregor at Merced Wildlife Refuge in California "Finding Snipes", Photographed by Jennie McGregor on Staten Island Road in California "Vertical Flight", Photographed by Chuck McGregor at Sycamore Grove, California "Pier's End", Photographed by Jennie McGregor at the Merced Wildlife Refuge in California "Solitude at Sunset", Photograph of an Egret at Coyote Hills, California by Jennie McGregor "Off With Her Head", Pink Flamingo, Photographed by Jennie McGregor at the San Francisco Zoo "Flying Egret", Photographed by Chuck McGregor "Gone Fishing", Photograph of an Avocet, North Livermore, California by Jennie McGregor "Elegant Pink Flamingo", Photographed by Jennie McGregor at the San Francisco Zoo "Startled", Photograph of Starlings in Livermore, California by Chuck McGregor "Pelican Companions",A pair of pelicans photographed at the San Francisco Zoo in California. "Solitude at Sunset", Photograph of an Egret at Coyote Hills, California by Jennie McGregor

Taking Flight - Images of Birds

The Photography of Jennie and Chuck McGregor

Birds provide a near infinite opportunity for the photographer – from a lone hawk, strong and alone, in a leafless tree on a bitter cold winters day to a flock of starlings, moving like one organism, over the fall vineyards. Birds are easy to find just about anywhere, from the backyard, to the zoos or the wilderness. Of course with birds, being the flighty creatures they are, it helps to have a good long lens and lots of patience to take their portrait.

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