Yokai / Beautiful Japan's birds Posts

The Least Tern is a water bird that arrives in summer. It resembles a swallow in shape. They fly so fast that even if I take 100 pictures, only one will turn…

It's difficult to say the names of wild birds. I often can't figure them out even after looking them up in my illustrated books and smartphone apps. However,…

May and June are good months for bird watching due to the birth of bird chicks, but lately it has been raining so often that I can't go out to take pictures.

Distinguishing between male and female kingfishers is easy. The male kingfisher's beak is wholly black, while the bottom half of the female's beak is orange. …

I love taking pictures of kingfishers and have taken thousands of photos, but I realized there are many pictures that I have not looked at closely. The photos I…

I have been chasing the Short-eared Owls from January to March, but now cherry blossoms are starting to bloom, I think it's time to get back to landscape…

The short-eared owls start hunting in the late evening. They do not fly on windy days. I often waited in the cold for five hours for the appearance of a…

My latest interest is in photographing short-eared owls. They come to Japan from Eurasia as a winter retreat and return to their homeland when spring arrives. …

Now, the Coronavirus situation in the world is getting really serious. I want things to return to normal as soon as possible. Keep safe, my friends!

Mejiro (Japanese white-eye) and ume blossoms (Japanese apricot) lens : 150-600 mm ©️Yokai / Beautiful Japan Please don't use my photos on websites, blogs, books…

The Japanese nickname of this Common Kingfisher is 'Flying Jade' or 'Flying Jewelry'. ©️Yokai / Beautiful Japan Please don't use my photos on websites, blogs,…

I take several thousand swan photos every year.  This is one of my best photos. Please click on photos to enlarge. Swans are big and heavy. They have to run on…

I went to the riverside to take pictures of birds. lens : 150-600mm Please don't use my photos on websites, blogs, books, pamphlets or any other media without…

a brown-eared bulbul with apricot blossoms Do you see a leaf in its beaks? The bulbul (ヒヨドリ) is a familiar garden bird in Japan.
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