Student birdwatcher Markus Hoeckner speaks about his love for bird photography

Markus Hoeckner delineates the origins of his passion – i.e. wildlife photography – to the 1st time when he saw the beauty of a Northern Cardinal in spring migration near his Chicago home. Hoeckner told that there was just this moment when he realized just how beautiful this bird was and he just wanted to keep watching it. Suddenly, he was really eager to capture this in his camera.
Hoeckner has been taking snaps of mammals, songbirds, and birds of prey like owls and hawks, since his 1st year in high school. His hope to click the beauty of wildlife with his camera lens has guided him throughout the America and even to Sauerland, in Germany that has an abundance of hawks, owls and foxes because of the huge amount of rodents.
Hoeckner told that this is one of his his passions, even though he does not get to do it all the time. He used to go outside like every weekend in high school because he had access to a car. Hus snaps are for his friends, his family, for him and for other photographers. He only view his photographs as things that people could enjoy.
Even though Hoeckner photographs all kinds of wildlife, his favorite types to take pictures are songbirds and birds of prey. He relishes the hunt, scanning open places or searching across forests for owls which mix into their environment of dense pine branches.

Markus Hoeckner delineates the origins of his passion – i.e. wildlife photography – to the 1st time when he saw the beauty of a Northern Cardinal in spring migration near his Chicago home. Hoeckner told that there was just this moment when he realized just how beautiful this bird was and he just wanted to keep watching it. Suddenly, he was really eager to capture this in his camera.

Hoeckner has been taking snaps of mammals, songbirds, and birds of prey like owls and hawks, since his 1st year in high school. His hope to click the beauty of wildlife with his camera lens has guided him throughout the America and even to Sauerland, in Germany that has an abundance of hawks, owls and foxes because of the huge amount of rodents.

Hoeckner told that this is one of his his passions, even though he does not get to do it all the time. He used to go outside like every weekend in high school because he had access to a car. Hus snaps are for his friends, his family, for him and for other photographers. He only view his photographs as things that people could enjoy.

Even though Hoeckner photographs all kinds of wildlife, his favorite types to take pictures are songbirds and birds of prey. He relishes the hunt, scanning open places or searching across forests for owls which mix into their environment of dense pine branches.

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