Lloyd Spitalnik, a well known birder and accomplished photographer, lives and works in New York City and the surrounding area. His photographs have appeared in Audubon, Natural History, Birder's World, Wildbird, and Birding (ABA) magazines, as well as in The New York Times and New York Daily News. He also has images published in WWF Songbird calendars and various Audubon trail guides. His photography is currently being featured in an exhibit at the Newark Museum titled "Skies Alive! Migration over the Garden State."
Lloyd leads instructional photo tours in the New York City area and offers private lessons in both Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. He is sought after for his inspiring talks and slideshow presentations to both birding and photography clubs. Along with Don Riepe and Kevin Karlson, Lloyd organizes and conducts the Jamaica Bay Shorebird Festival every August. He also runs a rare bird alert called "Metro Birding Briefs" whose purpose is to get the word out on rarities in real time to the birding community.
Lately, Lloyd has broadened his interests to include insects of all kinds.
Lloyd can be contacted at by clicking here