Field Notes Blog

Field Notes Blog by Lori A Cash Conservation Photography

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Field Notes Blog

Welcome to my Field Notes Blog where I share my stories and experiences in the field photographing conservation, wildlife and nature as well as photography tips and techniques. Thanks so much for taking the time to read my Field Notes Blog. Hope you enjoy my posts.

Backyard butterfly garden certified by Monarch Watch as a Monarch Waystation in Hampton, Virginia.

Backyard Garden Certified As Monarch Waystation

Choosing to register your monarch habitat as a certified Monarch Waystation with Monarch Watch will help with the conservation and protection of the declining monarch butterfly population.

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Willet (Tringa semipalmata) standing on the shore on a peaceful spring morning at Nags Head on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

In the Field: Outer Banks of North Carolina

In the field on the Outer Banks of North Carolina offers a variety of photographic opportunities such as from sunrises to birds, seascapes, dunescapes, wildlife, and lighthouses.

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American Bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus) sitting on pine needles under a pine tree on a autumn morning at Norfolk Botanical Garden in Norfolk, Virginia.

Norfolk Botanical Garden Photography Exhibit Wrap Up

Check out the You Tube video slideshow of my images displayed at my recent photography exhibit at the Norfolk Botanical Garden in Norfolk, Virginia. Lori A Cash’s photography exhibit called “For the Love of Photography: A Collection of Wildlife and Nature” was on display at the Baker Hall Visitor Center during the month of April 2022.

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Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) with tattered wings feeding on Honeycomb Butterfly Bush on a autumn late afternoon in a backyard butterfly garden in Hampton, Virginia.

Planting Milkweed for Earth Day

For Earth Day 2022, Lori A Cash planted milkweed plants in her backyard butterfly garden to provide food for the monarch butterfly. Milkweed plants are the only source of food for the monarch caterpillars. Recently, monarch butterfly population has been declining. To help save the monarchs, plant milkweed this Earth Day.

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Male osprey (Pandion haliaetus) bringing a fish to his mate at their nest on a early spring morning at Fort Monroe National Monument in Hampton, Virginia.

Springtime Osprey Action

Springtime osprey action as a pair of ospreys return to nesting site on a light pole at Fort Monroe National Monument in Hampton, Virginia. Osprey action including defending nesting site from other ospreys, rebuilding nest and bringing fish to nest.

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American bullfrog sitting outside of pond on the pine needles on the ground at Norfolk Botanical Garden in Norfolk, Virginia.

Feature Image on the Share the View Website

American Bullfrog Sitting on Pine Needles by Lori A Cash Conservation Photography will be the featured image on the homepage of the Share the View International Nature Photography Photo Contest website on April 5, 2022.

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Photography Exhibit Announcement for Lori A Cash at Norfolk Botanical Garden

Opening Day of My Photography Exhibit at Norfolk Botanical Garden

April 3, 2022 April 1, 2022 my photography exhibit called For the Love of Photography: A Collection of Wildlife and Nature was delivered to the Norfolk Botanical Garden and hung up for display in the Baker Hall Visitor Center. My photography exhibit will be on display for the entire month of April. This collection of…

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10 Best Places to Photograph Wildlife in Hampton Roads, Virginia.

New Article: 10 Best Places to Photograph Wildlife in Hampton Roads, Virginia

A new article called 10 Best Places to Photograph Wildlife in Hampton Roads, Virginia has been posted on my homepage and on my articles page.

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White-tailed Deer on Side of Gravel Road in Suffolk, Virginia

New Conservation Article Posted on My Website

Conservation article titled What Are Wildlife Corridors and Crossings and Why Are They Important to Virginia written by Lori A Cash, wildlife and nature conservation photographer and storyteller, published on her website.

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Photography Exhibit Announcement for Lori A Cash at Norfolk Botanical Garden

Photography Exhibit at Norfolk Botanical Garden

For the Love of Photography: A Collection of Wildlife and Nature by Lori A Cash will be on exhibit in April 2022 at Norfolk Botanical Garden in Baker Hall Visitor Center in Norfolk, Virginia.

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Photo collage of Lori A Cash's Conservation Photography Projects.

Projects Section Added to My Website

Virginia Wildlife Corridors and Crossings and My Butterfly Restoration Project are two new conservation photography projects by Lori A Cash Conservation Photography.

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tumpy Lake on a foggy morning with cormorants swimming in the lake on a winter day at Stumpy Lake Natural Area in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Foggy Morning at Stumpy Lake

Foggy morning at Stumpy Lake provided lots of drama to my photos but it can be tricky photographing the fog. A few tips to make better and sharper images with the fog in your photos.

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