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Wildbird Magazine Article

If you pick up a copy or subscribe to Wildbird magazine, you will find a four page article I did on Woodpecker set-ups for the Jan/Feb 2010 issue.

Only two spots left for my South Texas workshop April 12-15.
This is the only opening I have left for any workshop in the lower 48 states for 2010.
Let me know if you are interested in joining me.

14 Responses to “Wildbird Magazine Article”

  1. Kevin Klasman Says:

    Alan, I have a copy of Jan/Feb 2010 Wildbird and your article isn’t there. The next issue perhaps?

    I’m really looking forward to the article, as I have you setups CD which is brilliant.

  2. Carl Sexsmith Says:

    Alan: I picked up the Jan/Feb 2010 edition of Wildbird Magazine today and you have an excellent picture of a Carolina Wren on the front cover but no article on Woodpecker Setups inside. Maybe up here in Canada (Port Alberni on Vancouver Island) they print a different magazine. I have been enjoying The Guide to Songbird Set-up Photography that my wife bought me for Xmas as well as making a regular visit to you site and your blog. Maybe your article will appear in the next issue. hcarl

  3. Alan Says:

    Hey Carl, my bad. The article is the march/April issue. Sorry. The Carolina Cover issue is the Jan/Feb issue. I forget that they send me the magazine bfore it comes out to the public.

  4. Alan Says:

    Kevin, sorry, you are right. It’s the March/April issue that the article is in.

  5. Reggie Says:

    Hello Mr Murphy,

    Unbelievable shots! Im going to spend the next year learning more about my camera, lenses, photoshop etc.. so I can maximize the benefits when I attend one of your workshops in either Arizona or Texas next year. My question is would a Nikon 200 to 400 zoom with a 1.4 teleconveter be adequate for one of your workshops or is a 600 mm about the minimum you can get away with. Also, the new place you wrote about in your blog, will that be available next year?

    Thanks in advance,

    Reggie White

  6. Alan Says:

    Hey Reggie, yes the 200-400 with a TC with work, especially if you have a DX camera. The new location will be available for workshops in Jan, Feb of 2011. If you sign up for my newsletter I can keep you posted on that. Thanks, Alan.

  7. Frank Kratofil Says:

    Great article and photographs. I sure am enjoying your Songbird setups and have been implementing some of them around my place. Keep up the great work.

  8. Carl Sexsmith Says:

    Alan: Found a copy of the March/April 2010 Wildbird Magazine today with your excellent article and pictures of the Woodpeckers in it. Enjoyed the read and the pictures. Will keep an eye out for the Hummingbird issue that you have mentioned in your blog. Carl

  9. Carl Sexsmith Says:

    Alan: Made correction to address. Carl

  10. Carl Sexsmith Says:

    Alan: I picked up a copy of the March/Feb Wildbird Magazine with your pictures and article in it. Excellent pictures and article. I hope to find a copy of the magazine with the hummers in it but not on shelf at Chapters yesterday. Carl

  11. Sharon Says:

    Hi Allen,
    I stumbled upon your new ebook while searching for something on Arthur Morris’ website. I was intriqued, and ordered it. What a wealth of info. I found your blog, and more great info. I only wish the book were available as a book that I could carry around and not stuck to my computer w/ it. I do have a question… what brand of cheap tripod are you using for your set ups. I have been looking at some on the web, but can’t make out whether the handle is hollow or not. Also, how did you make, or where did you buy, the stand that the feeder is on. I notice it has a round thing @ the bottom, enabling it to be portable, that keeps it from falling over, and doesn’t have to be stuck in the ground. And I think it’s adjustable height? I can’t wait to get started!
    Thanks, Sharon

  12. Alan Says:

    Hi Sharon,

    The feeder stand was through Wildbirds Unlimited store.

    The tripod brands that I use are Dynex DX-TRT60.

    Thanks, Alan.

  13. Cedric Zellmann Says:

    Maybe I’m blind, but I can’t find your RSS button to subscribe to? Or is there even one? Sorry kinda new at this stuff!

  14. Alan Says:

    Hey Cedric, good catch. I fixed that and you should be able to see it now. Thanks for the heads up.

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