Birds of the Prairie, Part 1

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Living in the US heartland, much of our prairie land has been lost to development. However, our remaining prairies can be a fun place to bird and enjoy wildflowers. In Part 1, I will share some of my recent prairie bird images that I have made this winter in several Missouri prairies.

The feature of Part 1 is the Northern Harrier (Circus cyaneus). Where I live, we are just included in the “year round” range for this bird. However, whenever winter sets in, the number of Northern dramatically rises. Please enjoy our Northern Harriers, as they hunt our remaining prairies:

Northern Harrier also know as Hen Harrier (Circus cyaneus) flying over the prairie

Northern Harrier

Northern Harrier

Northern Harrier

Northern Harrier

Northern Harrier

Northern Harrier

Northern Harrier

Northern Harrier

Northern Harrier

Northern Harrier

Jim Braswell

Jim Braswell

Jim is a professional nature photographer, specializing in capturing wildlife behaviors and prairie wildflowers. Much of his local photography is shot from a kayak or on local, native prairies. He is a member of NANPA, the Great Plains Nature Photographers, the Missouri Prairie Foundation and is a Master Gardener. Jim is a photography and Photoshop teacher in his local high school's career center. Most recently, Jim has begun showcasing his work at Art Festivals around the Midwest. You can see more of Jims work at www.showmenaturephotography.com

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Jim Braswell

Jim Braswell

Jim is a professional nature photographer, specializing in capturing wildlife behaviors and prairie wildflowers. Much of his local photography is shot from a kayak or on local, native prairies. He is a member of NANPA, the Great Plains Nature Photographers, the Missouri Prairie Foundation and is a Master Gardener. Jim is a photography and Photoshop teacher in his local high school's career center. Most recently, Jim has begun showcasing his work at Art Festivals around the Midwest. You can see more of Jims work at www.showmenaturephotography.com

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