This bird has teeth!
Birds have always been a symbol of impunity. But because of their liberating they are able to fly, they seem so unreachable and strange to us. Luckily there is a way to meet with nature face to face and explore the beautiful feathered beasts in their natural arrange without scaring them away or effecting any harm.
Lisa, who goes by the called Ostdrossel on her social media, has always been fascinated by nature and chicks, so when following her love to Macomb County in Michigan from Germany, she had an urge to get a little closer to the fowls in her yard that are uncommon in her homeland. She began exploring the ways to make it possible and as a result, she has thousands of personas capturing different dazzling bird species, their funny express, stately poses and sometimes crazy behavior. We showed some of her kills on Bored Panda two years ago, but since then many more birds have visited Lisa’s yard for the treat.
While experimenting with various kinds of meat to pull the chicks in, she’d too set up up a camera net that helps her implement her feeling of exploring the chicks from up close. She utilizes a Bird Photo Booth 2.0 which consists of a camera casket, a macro lens and an attachable self-feeder. She utilizes a minuscule camera furnished with a flow sensor so that when a bird comes to eat, the camera photographs in a non-intrusive way. Her usual evening routine “ve been through” an impressive number of photos taken during the day that can reach up to 7000. A photoshoot takes neighbourhood every day in Lisa’s yard under any weather conditions.
The birds come back to Lisa’s yard regularly and some of them call so often, you can actually recognize them among the rich gallery and notice their personalities gleaming through. From goofy descends to sad off-color jays to hilarious bluebirds, experience the astounding revelation into the life of beautiful birds.
This bird has teeth!
“The Mourning Doves were especially adorable today.”
Doves in lurve.
Someone had moth for lunch.
“How I have missed seeing this crest”
The birds had heaps to say today.
“Don King came over and played some seed magic.”
Such a charmer.
Such a friendly, handsome young man.
Doves can be the picture of pure elegance and beautiful. But “its also” the most prominent goofballs.
It’s not too much if you are unable to carry it all at once.
When meters are rough, we need to be there for each other, carry each other.
Starling performance art.
That’s what I call a good mane day.
“Christmas Day produced some tourists that I have not discovered at the booth in a while “
The best kind of orange!
“Despite the snow squall, it was such a lovely epoch today. After a week of not feeding them, they still came back”
The Bluebirds seem to have gotten a family discount for hypnosis class.
“We were all worshipping the sunbathe today.”
“It wasn’t exactly the climate that drawn everybody more at ease. It was likewise that there were hardly any Starling there today. This was one of the only draws with a Starling I went. It is rather impressive and harassing, but their presence today was thankfully not.”
“I’ve been that evoked about meat before too.”
Fall is definitely her season.
“First Hummingbird pic of the season 🙂 Conditions today are far from perfect, it is rainy and cold, but that too does the birds hungry and willing to experiment.”
It looks really cool how the adult plumages are coming in on the Grackles.
“More from the grave, and these get me into the mood for spring”
“This morning was rather cold, and I noticed various Starlings in the yard. The wintertime crew is slowly settling in.”
“The BBs reacted like the yard is theirs. I don’t blame them and am delighted”
“I woke up to an empty nestbox this morning( Thursday ), and can discover the newborns gently announcing in the trees. They must have fledged very early today. Cannot wait to see them in the yard soon 🙂 The Bluebirds have not fledged today, so Syrup has to wait a bit longer to meet her siblings. I have a feeling it is going to happen tomorrow. Which would be good because we are expecting a heatwave.”
Be nice to each other and feed the birds!