Thursday, November 17, 2016

Charmers

Wild Turkey
Tufted Titmouse
Female White-tailed Deer
Immature Bald Eagle
Bluejay
Nice buck who has been in a few skirmishes.
When I see the shape of the rack,   I can almost remember the father.


Parent and child
Red-bellied Woodpecker
Black-capped Chickadee

Young Turkey hens

17 comments:

  1. Great pictures. Plants are great, but it takes a lot more to capture animals.

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  2. We did not see so many wild turkeys this year for some reason. I like the bald eagle parent and child picture.

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  3. Look at all those gorgeous creatures..

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  4. These are excellent. Love seeing the Bald Eagles. They are magnificent birds.

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  5. I can see that the buck is very wary. You've found lots of fall birds.

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  6. Hi Steve - what a range of birds and animals .. gorgeous to see and remind us of life out there ... cheers Hilary

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  7. Wonderful charmers, one and all. I like the picture of parent and child. It would appear that child is getting a lecture :)

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  8. Oh my gosh. This is my favorite post. I love critter pictures. And who'd thought turkeys have blue heads. Or are they just cold? Ha!

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  9. You can recognize the deer by their racks?
    Very impressive.

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  10. Wow! These are fabulous photos! Loved them all!

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  11. Beautiful pictures. Are these your original shots? They are fantastic.

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  12. We are just beyond the range of the titmice so we see them only rarely. Deer though all over the place...:)

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  13. A very nice variety of wildlife. The animals are what make nature fun for me.

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  14. There are some real beauties here. Great shot of the tufted titmouse. Well, really, these are all great shots. I guess it's just that I don't often see pictures of the tufted titmouse. Wonderful captures of the deer, too.

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  15. That first deer looks like she got in a tangle. Her ears are a little battered and her one eye looks swollen. Nice shots!

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