WLVR’s Brad Klein talks about the challenges of bird photography. Birds of prey flying overhead are particularly difficult to capture due to the problems of ‘backlighting’. But a landscape covered with snow can serve as a natural reflector.
For the next few weeks, thousands of snow geese will be moving through the Lehigh Valley on their way north. But our neck of the woods is only a stopover, so they won’t be sticking around for long.
WLVR’s Brad Klein came upon a small wildflower that stays green through the seasons, providing a splash of color all Winter. It’s called Spotted Wintergreen (Chimaphila maculata).
WLVR’s Brad Klein has been thinking about crows lately. In the Lehigh Valley, there are four species in the crow family, known as Corvids.
Some ‘chase’ rare birds. Recently, bird watchers from all over the region have been on a ‘wild goose chase’ to see a bird that almost never visits this side of the world. It’s a ‘Tundra Bean-Goose’ that recently appeared near Philadelphia.