The Business Birder® Trees of the Coastal Carolinas

The Business Birder®

Trees of the Coastal Carolinas

Bald Cypress

American Holly
American Persimmon
Atlantic White Cedar
Chinquapin (Ocean Isle Beach June 2015)
Common Hackberry
Devil's Walkingstick
Flowering Dogwood
Flowering Dogwood (North Brunswick County April 2013)
Japanese Parasol Tree (Native of Japan & China, Savannah NWR )
Live Oak (Southport Canopy)
Loblolly Pine (March Pollen)
Longleaf Pine (Sutton Lake)
Longleaf Pine (Prescribed Burn, Boiling Spring Lakes January 2009)
Longleaf Pine (Grass Stage)
Longleaf Pine (Large Cone)
Longleaf Pine ("Sticky Gold" Remnants, Green Swamp Burn January 2009)
Pond Pine
Sassafras Tree
Sweet Bay
Sweet Bay (June 2012)
Sweet Bay (Landscape)
Tulip Poplar
White Mulberry

Canon EOS 20D, 40D, 60D and 5D Mark III cameras with a 500 mm f4 IS USM lens were used for many telephoto images.
A 1.4X extender and/or extension tubes were added as needed.
Many images were also taken with Canon 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 IS USM and Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro lenses.
For landscapes, birders, and some birds, I use a Sony Cyber-shot DSC 828 DSLR camera with a fixed 28-200mm Zeiss zoom lens.

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