Care for the Earth

Presentations by Steve Kaye

Sandhill Crane, on Steve Kaye Home Page
American Avocet, © Photo by Steve Kaye
Osprey, © Photo by Steve Kaye
Rufous Hummingbird, © Photo by Steve Kaye
Sandhill Crane, © Photo by Steve Kaye
Red-headed Woodpecker, © Photo by Steve Kaye
Black Skimmer, © Photo by Steve Kaye
Ross’s Goose, © Photo by Steve Kaye

Birds in the Slide Show: Sandhill Crane (Landing), American Avocet (Winter), Brown Pelican, Osprey, Rufous Hummingbird (Female), Sanderling (Winter), Sandhill Crane, Red-headed Woodpecker, Snowy Plover (Female), Black Skimmer, Ross’s Goose

Enjoy a Uniquely Wonderful Experience

 – With Beautiful Photos and Memorable Stories

Used Equipment for Sale

Find details at: Canon 1Dx, Canon SX30, Hitachi LCD Projector, Gitzo Ball Head

December 8: Update: I’ll give a one pound box of Almond Toffee to whoever buys the Canon 1Dx.


News

January 11: New Blog; Winter Tribute; See how bird’s survive

December 1: I wrote an article for the December issue of Speaker magazine (the monthly publication for the National Speakers Association). See: NSA Article: What’s Next for You?

November 18: I started a campaign to raise funds for Pachamama Alliance. They work to create a thriving, just, and sustainable future for everyone. Click here to learn more and join me

July 27: I signed the Charter for Compassion. Then I was accepted as a Partner.


Books

September 22: New Book: Life Poems by Steve Kaye

May 10: New book, Peterson Reference Guide to Woodpeckers of North America, by Stephen Shunk, which contains two of my photos. See: Woodpeckers of North America


Presentations (open to the public)

January 18, 2017: Presentation, Meet the Birds, at the monthly meeting for San Bernardino Valley Audubon. (7:30 – 9:00 PM)

January 20, 2017: Presentation, Catch Me If You Can (How to Take Photos of Hummingbirds). See: Sea & Sage January Meeting. (7:30 – 8:30 PM)

January 28, 2017: Photo Class, Nature Photography, at the Fullerton Arboretum. (1 to 4 PM)

February 24, 2017: Presentation, Catch Me If You Can (How to Take Photos of Hummingbirds), at the San Diego Bird Festival. See the festival brochure: San Diego Bird Festival. (My talk is F11.)