Wednesday Morning Captures

Moved around a lot Wednesday morning. Did not see much out of the ordinary. All the heron I saw were standing around on one leg. I took that as a sign that the wildlife were resting today. So I headed home.

It is always surprising how many more hawks I see in the winter months with the leaves off the trees. Stayed home in the afternoon and chopped up the leaves on the lawn. The maples in the front yard now bare. Saw my first dark eyed junco in the yard another sign of winter.

Enjoyed the end of a warm afternoon by sitting on the back porch sipping coffee. It won’t be long till the cold of winter settles in…

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Today’s Flashback Photo ” American Kestrel “

 

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4 Responses to Wednesday Morning Captures

  1. Mary S. says:

    It always amazes me how those big birds, Herons, can make themselves (necks and legs) so small. I always tho’t it was cuz they were cold; but I guess it’s cuz they are resting; never tho’t of that.
    While Eagles are always noble birds, to me they always seem to look “mad”; Perigrine falcons not so much and thus have a kind of nobility. All this by way of saying I’m simply seeing them in terms of our human emotions, I guess. (But I’m reading a book on animals and their emotions and thinking about that.) MCS

  2. Nice shots of the ducks, the heron and the loon!
    Great shots of the hawks too. I haven’t seen many this year.

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