I know that many of you, like me, are especially fascinated by the incredible family of birds known as the Birds-of-Paradise. I love photographing them, and sharing the stories of these unique birds.
My goal with my photography is to spread appreciation and awareness about species like Birds-of-Paradise, and the habitats they depend on, in their case, the rainforests of New Guinea. If you want to join me in this effort, one way you can do that is by displaying and sharing my images. Yes, this is a sales pitch, because selling my work is how I make a living so I can keep doing this. But when you purchase my work, whether it’s a calendar, print, or book, you are helping others see and appreciate birds as well, and you have become part of my team, spreading the message.
So thanks for reading, and as the holidays approach, and my print sale is running, think about joining me in spreading your love for birds to others. I appreciate your support, and I believe together we can make a positive impact.
“Paradise Practice” is now available for purchase in my fine art store.
Bird-of-Paradise Square Print Collection
Many of my Bird-of-Paradise images crop nicely to squares, and I have been gradually adding new images to this square print collection. I love displaying these square prints in groupings on the wall, and you might as well. Here are our newest additions to the collection.
A male Twelve-wired BoP flares out his green-rimmed breast shield and presents his striking form toward a female in the direction of the camera, trying to lure her to his display pole.
A male Magnificent Riflebird twists his flexible neck and reveals the amazing iridescence of his neck feathers.
A male Superb Bird-of-Paradise reveals the brightly colored inside of his mouth as he calls from his display log, trying to lure a female. 8
Plus a Few Favorites (and Best Sellers)
A male Red Bird-of-Paradise performs an inverted display at the top of the rain forest canopy, his extraordinary tail wires forming a heart-shaped arc around his outstretched wings.
A male Blue Bird-of-Paradise perches on the slender branch of a favorite fruit tree, Papua New Guinea.
See the full Square Bird-of-Paradise print collection here.
Another way to enjoy the Square BoP images is in one of my Calendars, which you can check out HERE. Last year’s calendar, Collection No 1, can be for 2023!
Thanks for tuning in, and for considering joining me in helping to spread the love of Birds-of-Paradise, all birds, and the value of protecting our natural world.
I hope you all have a wonderful holiday season!