Comments

  • linda jones

    on April 6, 2008

    Hi Joan, what a wonderful story to see it and know he survived because of you guys. They are quite fascinating to watch. I enjoyed photographing a family for 3 weeks straight in Newport Beach last year from 20 ft. away. I got to see the babies fledge and photograph it. I was so attached to them!

  • Zoe

    on December 17, 2007

    Love the story! Did the baby grow up and fly away yet? Did they build another nest? Great pics.

    Zoe D.

  • Randy Hutchison

    on December 16, 2007

    A nice story to go along with your photos. A very nice presentation.

    Randy

  • Frank

    on October 5, 2007

    Joan,
    Nice to meet you on the SWA early am flight.... your photography is fantastic... what joy it must give you.
    have fun on the upcoming adventure to Antartica! Give the penguins my best.
    Frank R.

  • Sara

    on September 25, 2007

    Joan - glorious, funny, moving, this would make a fantastic book for kids. Thanks for the ride!

  • Linda Saldana

    on September 12, 2007

    This is really great, Joan. Kid's book? Definitely!

  • Pat Fisher

    on September 3, 2007

    What a great experience for you. I sure do envy the chance to see them that close up and to follow all the way to flight. You are one lucky person . Great photos also.

  • Jo Tuxbury

    on August 27, 2007

    Joan...and I thought watching my swallow familes swoop and catch bugs was exciting. Thanks for sharing your most treasured and unique photo journal of rescuing and raising the baby. There's never a dull moment in the neighborhood...Jo

  • Max

    on August 26, 2007

    Joan - What an adventure! A rare set of photos of birds seldom seen close. Thanks for sharing them. You clearly had a great time and I had a great time watching the saga unfold.

  • Meghan

    on August 18, 2007

    Joan your pictures are wonderful, as always. I wish i could be there with you. We are all looking forward to the end of the story.