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Program - Birds of the Adirondacks and the Northeast

  • 1 May 2023
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Five Rivers EEC, Delmar, and via Zoom

Renowned bird photographer Warren Green is a native of Gloversville, NY. He's married with two grown sons and four grandsons. Warren retired in 2010 from the Fulton County Probation Dept., where he was Director for 22 years. He is currently a part time Fulton County Legislator. As a young child, Warren was always fascinated with the natural world, starting with butterflies and moths, followed my reptiles and amphibians; they would be followed by birds soon after graduating from college. In 1976, he bought my first camera and has not been without one since. Warren started photographing birds shortly thereafter as he was intrigued by a bird nest in a lilac tree in his parents' back yard and tried his best to document it.

As the years went by, he shot 1,000s of slides until late in 2013 when he switched to digital photography. Warren admits to being "not very tech savvy and not a fan of sitting in front of a computer for long stretches" but it became abundantly clear to him that the change to digital had to be made. Since then, he has shot with Nikon equipment and currently owns two Nikon DSLRs, a D850 and a D500.

Warren's fine photographs have been published in magazines, books, and calendars over the years, dating back to the early 1980s. He also gives presentations to various groups and clubs. There was a break in these presentations during the peak two years of COVID but he is thrilled to be able to restart sharing his passion of the natural world with others.

Black-backed Woodpecker

Common Loons

Northern Flicker

Great Gray Owl

"Lawrence's" Warbler (Hybrid of Blue-winged & Golden-winged)

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