Bald Eagle

Bald Eagle

Here in Citrus County we have some resident Bald Eagles Who live in the Landfill.

They forage every day for food within the garbage that is trucked in everyday.

You can photograph from the perimeter of the dumping area.

Sometimes the birds fly lower allowing you to get on top.

Bald Eagle
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Robert Strickland

Robert Strickland

I am a self-taught photographer, with some publication credits. I have been a Photographer for over 25 years. I have developed a stock library of images from Florida. Most are of birds, many taken right from my backyard. I have written articles about backyard techniques and techniques to a winning photograph and a new visitor to my backyard. These are located on the Florida Bird Magazine at In 2009 I won the NWF photo Contest with an image of a Northern Cardinal in a birdbath. I won 1st place in the Amateur division for Backyard Habitat. I also won the NWF Photo Challenge for “Nature in My Neighborhood” Challenge with an image of a barred owl amid Spanish moss. I was honored with one of my Photos making the October 2010 Birders World cover. More info Nature and Wildlife photography provides a welcome change of pace especially in the winter months in Florida when all the birds are back. My Photography equipment is Canon. I use the EOS 6D and 7D, and use the EF 28-105 IS, EF 100-400L IS lenses, EF 100mm Macro, and the EF 500 L IS lens. I use the 500 L IS with the 1.4 extender for bird and other wildlife photography. I have the Mefoto Tripod and other equipment.

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Robert Strickland

Robert Strickland

My name is Robert Strickland I am a self-Taught Photographer. I have been in this business for over 25 years. My specialty is nature and wildlife especially birds. I have photos on my web site for your perusal. The links are I also have photos on my FLICKr site at I have written a several small stories about my experiences with Birding, which can be converted into articles for your Magazine. They can be found here: My Photography equipment is Canon. I use the EOS 6D, 7D, and use the Canon 28-105 IS, 100-400L IS lenses, 100mm Macro, and the 500mm L IS lens. I also attach a 1.4 extender for bird and other wildlife photography. I have the Bogen (Manfrotto) 3221 Tripod and other equipment. I frequent the many birding areas in Florida using the birding Trails guidelines to help me find great birding areas. There are some great places to go nearby. I also find that my backyard has some good opportunity for me to photograph. All of my bird photographs are of wild birds in the natural state. I primarily photograph birds in my backyard and surrounding areas of Citrus County and other areas throughout Florida. I have a Stock Library of over 5000 Digital Photos My publishing credits include American Agriculturist, Bird Watching Magazine, Waterway Guide Northern Edition, Mariner’s Handbook, Turkey Call Magazine, Photographer’s Forum Magazine, Agway Cooperator; Discover Lifestyle Magazine, NWF’s Treasures of Wildlife Calendar, I won the 1st place in the National Wildlife Federation amateur division for backyard habitat. I am a graduate of the New York Institute of Photography and belonged to the “The Professional Photographers Society of New York State, Inc. and NANPA

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