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Woman Sets Up Camera In Her Yard To Capture The Beauty Of Wild Animals In Close-up

Knowing how to capture with the lens of a good camera or with a powerful device the extraordinary plumage and colors of the countless species of wild birds is not an easy task, as most of these animals tend not to stay motionless for a very long time, literally flying away before they can be immortalized. However, a German woman who now lives in the United States has made an “alternative” bird watching her favorite pastime.

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Lisa Ostdrossel has lived in the state of Michigan since 2012, and from the early days of the move, she noticed that her garden was frequently populated with an extraordinary variety of wild birds . This is why Lisa started to feed them and photograph them for her family to see in Germany.

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Initially, Lisa started with a pocket camera, then a DSLR camera, and also experimented with other ways to photograph these wildlife up close. However, it didn’t take long for her to realize that in order to capture their natural habitat, she would have to build her own homemade camera .

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In fact, Lisa had a brilliant idea to capture all the beauty of Michigan’s wild birds “from a distance” and without getting too close to them: she literally set up a hidden camera outside her garden in the garden. food that she leaves every day to the birds that approach to eat: the result is a huge variety of different and colorful birds immortalized in photos and then published with unexpected success!

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“I love to see the beauty of the birds’ anatomy, their delicate patterns, their feathers, their colors and of course their funny poses. The process of creation is mostly about choosing the best shot from the thousands that my system takes each. day and change a little . the reward of this ingenious idea is to share those pictures with the world and see how other people appreciate my work, learn something or become fascinated by nature. “

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Among the dozens of wild bird species that Lisa’s “cam feeder” has captured, there are also the spectacular colors of the exotic hummingbirds: “The most exotic birds arrive mainly during the spring migration. Once, j I had a tanager and a garden warbler. Every day is a new opportunity to have something special in the yard, be it a scene or an animal. “

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Additionally, Lisa’s cam feeder also paid off, as many of the wild birds that had passed through her garden frequently returned to use the food the woman had left for them: “The birds are coming back, I can recognize them by their signs . There is a peculiar little bird, for example, which we named Count Dracula, which has white spots around its neck and looks particularly cranky. “

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There are truly dozens and dozens of species of wild birds that Lisa has captured with her camera thanks to her ingenuity and passion; a hobby that has brought him great success on the web and a lot of satisfaction.

Watch the extraordinary colors and incredible plumage of the birds immortalized by Lisa Ostdrossel.

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All the extraordinary passion Lisa Ostdrossel work can be found on its profiles  Facebook ,  Instagram , T witter  and on its website official.

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