I recently spent a morning at the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge near Seneca Falls, New York. It was a beautiful sunny and warm Spring day in upstate New York. Male songbirds like the Red-winged Blackbird (left) and Song Sparrow (right) were singing the day’s praises. Well, not exactly. These two were more interested in defending their nesting territory and attracting a mate than the weather or the dozens of cars passing them by on the refuge’s wildlife drive. Many occupants of those cars pointing cameras with big, long lens attached at them and all the ducks, geese and shorebirds found at Montezuma during the annual Spring migration period. Including me, welding a Nikon D70 with Nikon 80-400VR lens firmly pressed to my left eye, focusing, composing and pressing the shutter repeatedly all morning long.