Window to Wildlife features the photography of Jim Edlhuber. A lifelong native of Wisconsin, Jim has been photographing wildlife for 25 years. He considers himself an avid photographer and is always trying to capture nature and wildlife through his lens. He is in several photography clubs and has won numerous awards for his work. In recent years, Jim has focused mostly on birding photography and finds it to be the most challenging.
Contact Jim: firstname.lastname@example.org
You do nice work
At age 85 and having lived in 5 different countries in my life time and traveled various European, African and North American Continents I now have trouble remembering birds! It is great to see your photos of birds. Now of course I am forgetting most of their names! Ah well – roll on Spring and see what comes to the feeders! If only the Grackles would stay away!
They call them something else in UK I believe.
Hilary Ford, now in Ellison Bay, Door County
I often send your link to friends and family. The response is usually “wow!” Thank you for your enthusism (translated into pictures for the rest of us).
I was happy to meet you this morning at Greenfield and appreciated the information you shared. Can you tell me the name of the group that was going to have a portrait “competition”?
Thank you about the explanation of Leucism in Mourning Doves. I had two of them in a group of 7 eating seeds tonight in my back yard. One was about half white, more white dominant on the left side. The other had a splash of white on it’s tail. I live in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. I normally have 3 doves in my yard, but not the big group that landed tonight. I have never seen any doves like that before and was wondering what the condition was called and if it is rare.
This is a beautiful website! Thank you so much for sharing your art and wildlife knowledge! With best wishes, Lynn
Hi, Jim. I read about you in this morning’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Very nice article. You have a terrific web site, too. Great photos and information.
I don’t know if you’ll remember me, but we connected through the schools many years ago. It was good to see that you have found something in retirement that you are passionate about… and, from what I remember about you, I find it no surprise that you are totally immersed in it.
Anyway, I just wanted to say, “Hello!” I’m glad you are well and doing something that you love. I hope all of your family are well, too. Give them my regards.
Just read about you in the Journal. I noticed you have a picture of a Leucistic Robin. Never heard of that one. What is the difference between that and the Robins we see everyday?
Keep up the great work.
Awesome photos Jim I really enjoy your website …very informative
From north central Illinois visiting Wisconsin once again 😊. I found your wonderful website whilst searching for wildflowers. I’ll be checking out your birds also. Nature is amazing as are your photos.