The Business Birder®

Wildflowers & Native Plants
of North America


Including Some Visitors

Asteraceae

Bixaceae
Mexican Yellowshow, California Gulch, AZ (Amoreuxia palmatifida)

Lycopodiaceae

Polypodiaceae

Osmundaceae

Typhaceae

Cistaceae

Commelinaceae

Pontederiaceae

Lilaceae
Large-flowered Trillium, Blue Ridge Parkway (Trillium grandiflorum)
Painted Trillium, Baxter State Park, ME (Trillium undulatum)

Amaryllidaceae

Iridaceae

Orchidaceae

Caryophyllaceae
Deptford Pink, Adirondack Park, NY (Dianthus armeria)
Fire Pink, Johns River Road, Blowing Rock (Silene virginica)

Nymphaceae

Ranunculaceae
Common Buttercup, Blue Ridge Parkway (Ranunculus acris)

Sarraceniaceae

Droseraceae

Dionaeaceae

Rosaceae

Fabaceae

Polygalaceae

Aquifoliaceae

Malvaceae

Theaceae

Violaceae

Passifloraceae

Phytolaccaceae

Lythraceae

Lythraceae

Melastomaceae

Onagraceae

Vitaceae

Convolulaceae

Cornaceae

Pyrolaceae

Monotropa

Ericaceae

Poaceae

Cyperaceae

Araceae

Diapensiaceae

Primulaceae

Gelsemiaceae

Gentianaceae

Asclepiadaceae

Polemoniadaceae

Boraginaceae

Verbenaceae

Lamiaceae

Labiatae

Scrophulariaceae

Lentibulariaceae

Rubiaceae

Caprifoliaceae

Lobeliaceae


Canon EOS 20D, 40D, and 60D 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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