Sunday, March 19, 2017

That Last Stroll Of Winter, Who's Watching Who?

Canadian Goose
Robin


Red-winged Blackbird


Cardinal

There is a certain primitive stance birds carry looking for food. That rather watchful eye never misses a movement.
Goldfinch







21 comments:

  1. The Canadian Goose is so beautiful! Great variety of birds. We are seeing a lot of robins and woodpeckers here in GA. Your cloud pics are pretty too. Hope you have a nice start to the week.

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  2. Love them all. Neat contrails. I used to watch the jets at the farm and could tell where they were headed, but at the city house, it is situated on a strange plane and I can't tell where they are headed. Need to get a compass.

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  3. The birds are wonderful! All of them, but I particularly love those trees just loaded with birds. Makes my heart sing!

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  4. You've got some beautiful sky shots here, and I love all the birds. I think you were the one being watched. That goose looked like it meant business.

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  5. We are only days away from spring migration starting. The crows have been here for three weeks but I like the little guys.

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  6. Great photos. Your bird shots are great. It is always a pleasure going on a walk with you.

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  7. Of course I love the bird pictures. You saw a nice variety.

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  8. Hi Steve - lovely shots of the birds and thanks for posting their names too ... the robin is lovely, as too the red-wing blackbird ... cheers Hilary

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  9. A nice way to end the season. The birds are doing a nice job of decorating that tree in the last picture

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  10. Great pics! I am glad spring is here and hopefully our weather will smooth out for good.

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  11. we've had huge flocks of grackles around here lately. used to see Robins all year at the city house but out here, on hour away, I haven't seen a single robin the whole time.

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  12. All of these bird photos are just wonderful. Thanks for sharing, Steve.

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  13. Maybe grackles, beautifully iridescent but in mobs not my friends....

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  14. I like your flock of blackbirds in the tree. They always make me feel good. I had a wild turkey strolling through my yard yesterday. I wish it would put a nest nearby so we could have a show this spring.

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  15. Birds are always a nice sight. These next couple of months will be about the best. I hope I see a lot of them too.

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  16. Good Morn, You have me laughing about the wheel being invented on your birthday! Have a great day.

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  17. This is a wonderful series! Great close ups of the birds looking for food!

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  18. I just noticed those cloudy zigzags. Were they made by jets?

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  19. I love to see Canadian Geese on a pond or lake. They are so charming.

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  20. Gorgeous images! That is so true about the "watchful" eye!

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