|Close Up Northern Crow|
It's the same woodpecker that's how I know he has the male red patch.
|Male Hairy Woodpecker|
|Male Hairy Woodpecker|
A note to Hilke: You once said you transferred to your hard drive directly from your camera. Did you mean external hard drive and how did you do that?
Blogger's preview on my set up is all distorted and
missing the header. Anyone else having the same problem?
I never tire of your crows, ravens, redpolls or anything! Keep 'em coming!ReplyDelete
Beautiful birds you have, the Woodpecker is my favourite.ReplyDelete
All are great but the first male Hoodpecker shot is fantastic, he looks so cute! :-)ReplyDelete
Really neat images, especially # 5. You could have some great titles for that one. :)ReplyDelete
Great photos. The ospreys have at last returned to the north fork of Long Island, our surest sign of spring and way more than welcome. Happy spring to you and your feathered friends.ReplyDelete
great shots, I love the woodie too!ReplyDelete
What a fantastic collection of outstanding Photography.ReplyDelete
spot on Gary.
Such delightful shots. The crow is very glossy!ReplyDelete
Truly wonderful shots of the birds. Fantastic variety.ReplyDelete
Another great post. Love the chickadee. I'll send you my redpolls any time you want them.ReplyDelete
Blogger, by the way, has been a pain in the a** the past few days, so that may be why you're having trouble.
My Critters, come and see. Have A LOVELY WEEKEND!
Beautiful images Gary A really nice postReplyDelete
Hey Boomer -- tell that guy you live with that I could never get tired of the birds he sees on your walks!!! (And tell hiom thanks for sharing ;>))ReplyDelete
Beautiful birds. I don't often get good shots of birds, I'll have to try more this summer.ReplyDelete
NEVER tire of him...or any of them. So nice to see such beautiful captures. I just adore the redpoll!!!ReplyDelete
Very nice bird images, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Great close ups of the birds! Is it spring yet? CheersReplyDelete
Georgeous photos of these winged little ones.ReplyDelete
Lovely photos, and great to see Boomer in your last post.ReplyDelete
Lovely shots of the woodpecker Gary. Make sure you have the most up to date version of the browser you use Gary.ReplyDelete
nice shots of the woodpecker. :)ReplyDelete
What a great collection of feathered friendsReplyDelete
I especially enjoyed the look in the crows' eyes--one of my favorite birds. Thanks for sharing!
Nice photos Gary. All looks good on my browser.ReplyDelete
I see your header is back! A few people temporarily lost their headers. Neat bird shots, Gary!ReplyDelete
I like that woodpecker shot too Bob.ReplyDelete
He is something else isn't he JM?ReplyDelete
The look is really something isn't it Lois?ReplyDelete
Thanks MK. We've got snow and rain, so maybe a little early for spring.ReplyDelete
Yes that's a one in a millon shot Eileen.ReplyDelete
Thanks JR and Sue.ReplyDelete
The crow might even be a little slippery ladyfi.ReplyDelete
Louise Blogger is still a pain. It just wanted me to sign in on my own comments page.ReplyDelete
Thanks Sallie. Boomer told me.ReplyDelete
The RedPolls were back to day in the middle of the snow storm, Dawn.ReplyDelete
Ha Ha. We had snow today Simone.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jidhu Jose for your kind words.ReplyDelete
Thanks Julian for the kind words.ReplyDelete
Thanks Phil. It's Blogger trying to maintain or update their software.ReplyDelete
Everyone likes him NF.ReplyDelete
I don't think Blogger is working right yet EGW.ReplyDelete
But would you buy a used car from him Nonizamboni?ReplyDelete
Great close ups, Gary. Love the woodpecker sitting on the ground, unusual shot. Great redpolls images and LOVE the crows. great feather detail. Crows can be hard to get good photos of because of the dark feathers and they are cagey and hard to get close to generally.ReplyDelete
Thanks Robin. It is funny to see the woodpecker on the ground like that.ReplyDelete