Rose-breasted Grosbeaks will be returning to Southwestern Ontario in a few weeks. Offering safflower seed at your feeder will help attract these stunning birds.

This bee covered in pollen on a purple coneflower was the first image I was really proud of that I shot with a macro lens. To my delight, the image was featured in National Geographic’s Daily Dozen.

Great Blue Herons are one of the many birds you can expect to find while birding at area wetlands.
Taking the time to prepare for an image long before pressing the shutter will lead to more consistent results.

Peanut feeders like this inexpensive metal one I have in my yard are great for attracting Northern Flickers and other clinging birds.
Achieving sharper images has far more to do with the person behind the camera than the price of your lens.

The sights and sounds of Northern Cardinals are a welcome addition to any landscape. Follow these four simple steps to attract more of these beautiful songbirds to your yard.

Locating a fast flying bird in your camera’s viewfinder can be quite challenging. Fortunately there is a simple technique which makes achieving this incredibly easy.

Paul Roedding Photography

An avid birder and nature photographer residing in London, Ontario. See more of my images and blogs at http://paulroeddingphotography.com

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store