Birding with a Purpose…~ Bruce Whittington

Recently I discovered a transparency of a Ruffed Grouse that I took in 1969. I guess that means I’ve been photographing birds since then, but, truth be told, there were also long periods devoted to cars, girls, coffee houses, raising kids, day jobs and so on. When I began to lead more tours and field trips, and needed good images for slide shows and books I was working on, I returned to photography with renewed interest and purpose. Just as I made an effort to expand my writing to genres other than non-fiction, I also broadened my subject areas in my photography. But I kept returning to what inspired me the most—the natural world. I came to understand that I was not a writer or a photographer so much as a naturalist who writes and takes photographs. Read More and View Photos…

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