Jocelyn Anderson Photography focuses on capturing moments of wildlife through photography, looking to showcase the beauty of the natural world. These photos range from dramatic moments of action, to wildlife simply being. 

These visuals are captured with sincere respect for the animal. My work mostly focuses on birds; following the guidelines for Audubon’s Guide to Ethical Bird Photography, the well-being of the animal comes first before the photographer.

I've always been drawn to birds and am constantly learning more about them; their calls, their personalities, and with the help of a telephoto lens and a speedy shutter speed the finer details of their feathers. Wildlife photography is a wonderful way to learn about nature.

I'm often hand feeding the birds while out on the trails. I've put together a page  with tips on hand feeding: How to Hand Feed Birds.

Jocelyn and birds

Birds on the brain.

 Please feel free to drop me a line through the contact page or through Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. I'd love to hear from you! 


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