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on Jul 14, 2009 in Wildlife Photography

Birds of the Rio Grand Valley, pt1

01.01.2013 Pages are in the process of being updated. In the meantime you can watch our videos on our YouTube Channel as well as all Videos are available on iTunes as Podcasts!

Earlier this summer, Jake & I spent an amazing week in Texas on the border photographing birds (which is why we’re going back). I started off with good intentions of doing a running Moose Cam during the whole week. Well, after the 1st day, I realized I really didn’t have what I needed to make a video and shoot stills at the same time. It was either one or the other so, the video stopped after the first day.

But what I got the first day doesn’t suck, it most definitely does more than give you a feel for the great photography the Valley provides on a daily basis.  This is pretty much your classic small bird blind set up with water being the main attraction for the birds. You’ll find these (this is part 1 of a two part series) Moose Cams are a little different then previous versions. How, well you’ll just have to watch to find out. Enjoy!

Photos captured by D3x, 600VR w/TC-17e on Lexar UDMA digital fiml

Moose Cam captured by Canon HF-10 on Lexar digital film