For the last three years I have produced a calendar of Wisconsin scenes to welcome in the new year. This year the theme is birds. The 2013 calendar is available for anyone to download and print for personal use. The file is in .pdf format and it is large (about 8.5 mb) to make it suitable for printing.
Birds in the calendar are shown in the gallery below. None of these birds is unique to Wisconsin, but that is where I photographed them. Wisconsin, like most of the United States, is a beautiful place. I hope you find some of that beauty in these photos.
Bald Eagle in Flight – Cassville, Wisconsin
Great Egret – Near Whitewater, Wisconsin
Red-bellied Woodpecker – Near Potosi, Wisconsin
Barred Owl – Bark River Road, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin
Juvenile Red-tailed Hawk – Menominee Nation, Wisconsin
Cedar Waxwing in a Flowering Crab – Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin
Great Blue Heron on a Nest – Near Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin
Great Egrets on Bark River Road – Near Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin
Goldfinch – Near Whitewater, Wisconsin
Canada Geese at Sunset – Horicon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, near Waupun, Wisconsin
Sandhill Cranes in a Courtship Dance on a Cranberry Bog – Near Warrens, Wisconsin
Tundra Swans Taking Flight – Alma, Wisconsin
Cardinal – Whitewater, Wisconsin
9 thoughts on “Wisconsin Birds – 2013 Calendar Available for Download”
Thank you very much for those lovely photos and giving opportunity to have your photo shoots. Best wishes
Thanks for stopping by my blog. I’m glad you like the photos.
Great pictures Charlie!!! Beautiful! Thank you for sharing them.
The photos are absolutely beautiful and it is so generous of you to share them.
Thanks for taking the time to visit the blog. I enjoy putting the calendar together,and of course, I enjoy doing the photography.
Charlie: Just discovered your blog. Your photography is absolutely gorgeous. I especially like the 12 months of birds, and most of all the sandhill cranes dancing! – Mary Jo
Hi Mary Jo – It’s nice to hear from you. Thanks for the kind comments on the photography. The dancing sandhill cranes photo was taken by Georgia Bauer. I’ll let her know you liked it.
Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such a kind comment.