Joined Jul 2007
Mel-S wrote in post #18503442
Blue Jays are very rare around here. I was surprised the other day to see one through my front window. There were actually 2 Blue Jays there and they had a Steller's Jay with them. They return here everyday so far. Hopefully I'll get a pic of all 3 together. This is the best I got so far through my living room window.
Nice one Mel. I have yet to see a Blue Jay in these parts and I've been here a very long time. Hopefully they are not as noisy as there cousins.
Vermillion Flycatcher at Choke Canyon State Park, Texas
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Nov 26, 2017 04:10 as a reply to post 18504040 |
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Cream of the Crop
Joined Jan 2009
docg wrote in post #18503693
My favorite duck. Nice Shot!
Nov 26, 2017 06:47 as a reply to Will in Tejas's post |
I like those sort of birds too, taste review on untapped?
Nighthound wrote in post #18504040
Vermillion Flycatcher at Big Bend National Park, South Texas (4huskers, your shot made me want to post up one of mine! Not trying to out do you. )
Splendid ending to the Thanksgiving weekend! Finally got the Hermit Thrush shots I've been after, that would have more than made my day, but I got super lucky near the end of the morning. Since last year, the Great Horned Owls that live in the small woods near me have been invisible... I hear them, but could never find them due to their superb camouflage and dense foliage. Totally worth the wait!
Not being a bird guy, I have no idea what kind of woodpecker this was. But he/she was sure going after this tree right near our campsite in Big Bend.
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