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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

baeolophus inornatus

  1. Oak Titmouse

    Oak Titmouse

    These creepers don't mind getting up close and personal, which I deeply appreciated. What a cutie.
  2. Oak Titmouse

    Oak Titmouse

    This little titmouse is a lifer for me :)
  3. Welcome Back Little Titmouse

    Welcome Back Little Titmouse

    Oak Titmouse — This little not-so-colorful bird lives in a limited range along the length of California from southern Oregon to northern Baja California. This is probably one of the same mated pair from previous seasons. This is the first sighting this year and I expect it and its mate will...
  4. Oak Titmouse

    Oak Titmouse

    One of our resident OATI that happened to freeze long enough for me to get a shot.
  5. Oak Titmouse

    Oak Titmouse

    An oak titmouse pauses briefly to look at me before continuing to work its way quickly through the tree, flitting from branch to branch, and eventually flying off.
  6. Oak Titmouse

    Oak Titmouse

    While I enjoy photographing, literally any bird that sits in front of my lens, there are certain families that particularly intrigue me. The Titmouse family is one of those. Usually very animated, very small so it is necessary to get very close to them, cooperative coming to feeders, and often...
  7. I'm walkin' on sunshine, whoo-ooh

    I'm walkin' on sunshine, whoo-ooh

    Three pics from my mother's garden today. Taken last Sunday. They do still visit the feeder, but there are also other temptations around the feeder area, such as buds on the fig tree and bugs in the oaks.
  8. Oak titmouse

    Oak titmouse

    This oak titmouse played a tantalizing game of peekaboo with me from the live oak behind the fence with the newly hung birdfeeder. First day I saw him I didn't get a single capture worth keeping. This time he's at least recognizable. I hope to get a better picture of him later. Plain though he...
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