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Waterfowl & Shorebird Photos

Often overlooked by those not particularly interested in birds, the birds that are found on or near water are remarkably diverse in both appearance and behavior.

All photos in this gallery depict wild & free water fowl and shore birds.

If you want to see an individual photo larger, click on the thumbnail for that photo. While viewing the photo, mousing over the left edge of the photo will present additional options. To see a photo even larger, and with "the lights dimmed," click on it again. While the "lights are dimmed," you can advance to the next photo by using the page advance button on the far right side of the screen or go back to a previous photo by using the page back button on the far left. To exit the "dimmed lights" mode, click the gray X in the upper right corner.

All of the photos displayed in this gallery are available for purchase. Prints (framed & unframed), stretched canvas, fotoflots, wall clings, and greeting cards are available. Print orders are fulfilled by Zenfolio/Mpix. If you don't see the size, aspect ratio, or print medium you desire, please contact me for a custom quote to be fulfilled by me directly.

To purchase a single photo, click the Buy button (shopping cart icon) in the upper right while viewing that photo. You can also select multiple photos for purchase by clicking the Select option on image thumbnails. Then, select your preferred options to configure your purchase (including size and frame options for prints).

More help is provided by video via the Help page.

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