|Channel And NE Wetland|
You may have to click to enlarge as there are a lot of photos in this post. If you're a little lost check out yesterday's post to get up to date. Photo three shows how open the south wetland is.
|The Usual Bribe|
|And Here He Is.|
|Opposite Profile Song Sparrow|
|Red Winged Blackbird|
The Sparrows sing us onto the trail and the Geese provide entertainment with their attempts to deal with the ice.
|A Pair Of Mallards|
The Killdeer I think are searching for places to
nest. The Killdeer are members of the Plover family.
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love that feathered elephant you have that'll work for peanuts. :)ReplyDelete
Oh, you shot the second one of Killdeer so perfectly.ReplyDelete
They are all very nice, but that second image of the Killdeer is spectacular.ReplyDelete
Great birds, I just love the cute Killdeer.ReplyDelete
Excellent photo set. Very nicely captured.ReplyDelete
Have a great week-end.
Wonderful shots.. good to see the sunny side is now open water.ReplyDelete
Wonderful shots, thanks for taking us on your walk! Love the killdeer.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful selection of birdlife you have - and I have to say that it still looks rather frigid in your part of the world. I think "brrrr" when I see that snow and ice. I particularly love the little kildeer with it's stripy scarf - it's a very striking bird.ReplyDelete
Bribes when resulting in good things :)ReplyDelete
Wow, lots of beauty around you, Gary.ReplyDelete
I love the last photo in particular, but it's also nice to see the pair of mallards. We saw lots of them in Europe. Just returned from a month-long trip, so have to catch up on my commenting. Glad to see you and Boom are still blogging.
Kay, Alberta, Canada
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Now, that is what I call beauty!ReplyDelete
Please come and see my critter post. Have a great weekend!
All familiar sites :) This looks so much like the scenery here...I had to check to see where you were from...Ontario is not so far away.ReplyDelete
Boomer looks like the sweetest dog ever. I just want to give him a big hug.
Nice photos. I always find it amazing at how early the Red Winged Black Birds return.ReplyDelete
Great shots, we are patiently waiting for the lakes to open In Algonquin park. some smaller rivers are flowing and the Beaver are out & about. The Shaggy Moose are already along the roadways browsing on whatever they can find till the ditches start producing the mineral rich early growth of cattails and such!!!!!But they are calling for snow tomorrow....April always has such a Mixed Bag of surprises!!!!!!Give Boomer a big hug....are you as cute as he?????....LOLReplyDelete
Hi Gary...and Boomer,ReplyDelete
Wonderful set of images!
I especially enjoy seeing the Killdeer. I've watched closely but so far haven't seen any. They like to nest in my gravel driveway and have the past two years.
Sydney - City and Suburbs
Beautiful shots documenting the arrival of spring. Your area looks like mine did a little over a month ago. Spring will move forward quickly for you now.ReplyDelete
What incredible eye candy for us this weekend for critters Gary! Loved all you photos.ReplyDelete
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Thanks for stopping by yesterday and leaving a comment. Your words are always a special treat for me. Have a great day....
I still have lots of peanuts left Texwisgirl.ReplyDelete
The Killdeers are hard to shot because they're so flighty.ReplyDelete
It will be another couple of weeks though ladyfi.ReplyDelete
The killdeers are interesting IGW.ReplyDelete
You're right Birgitta.ReplyDelete
Welcome back Kay.ReplyDelete
Thanks Ms B.ReplyDelete
Everbody loves Boomer, Tammy.ReplyDelete
Several including them surprise me Andy. It's not too hospitable here yet.ReplyDelete
Hi YCN... Nope Boom has all the looks in the family.ReplyDelete
Hi Carletta and I hope they nest again near you.ReplyDelete
Try the end of April Coy.ReplyDelete
Hi Anni keep up the jokes!!ReplyDelete
Your world is starting to thaw, soon it will be less challanging for you and Boomer to get out into the woods.ReplyDelete
Great shots Gary! I love these hikes!ReplyDelete
loving all the great picturesReplyDelete
Going to be a while yet Martha.ReplyDelete
Sparrow has become rarity in this part now.