Birds at my Feeder
Birds at my Feeder: a Year of Photos in Ogden by Sharon Levin will be at the Haskell Free Library in Stanstead from June 4th to June 29th.
“I started with sunflower seeds and chickadees, but all kinds of birds showed up over the year. Each species had its quirks. Some were peaceful, some picked fights. Once spring began, they chased each other,” Ms. Levin says. It was too much fun to watch and not share somehow.
Picking up my camera was the next step.”
Sharon Levin lives in Ogden. She was the librarian for 12 years at the North Country Union Junior High in Derby. She retired 5 years ago and is now morphing into a photographer. She holds a Masters in Fine Arts from Concordia as well as a Bachelor’s in Library Science from McGill University.
The exhibition runs from June 4th to June 29th. Library hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; on Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Contact the Haskell at 802-873-3022 or haskellopera.com.
This photo of a gorgeous Ring-necked Pheasant, with Mourning Doves in the background, is part of Sharon Levin’s photo exhibit of birds opening in June at the Haskell Free Library.