Wildlife Conservation Photographer Carla Rhodes set up a camera trap to document all of the creatures that feast on the bird feeder outside her home. The images are part of a project called Beneath the Bird Feeder.
“Beneath The Bird Feeder” is a photographic project starring many feathered (and furred) visitors. Subjects were photographed daily via a DSLR camera trap positioned underneath my bird feeder during the winter months of 2020-2021. This project reveals insights into species behavior while showing the viewer a new perspective on a common pastime.
Wintertime allows me to partake in one of my favorite pastimes… Feeding the birds! During the warmer months, it’s simply unethical to hang a bird feeder in my area (Catskill Mountains, New York, USA) especially as they attract my curious, hungry neighbors… Black bears.
Scroll down to see scenes from Beneath the Bird Feeder. Rhodes and her friends even wrote a song about the project with an accompanying video, which you can also watch below.
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Northern short-tailed shrew
American red squirrel
Eastern gray squirrel
Rhodes and her friends even wrote a song about the series. Listen to the tune below.
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