CDMOOSE wrote in post #14913235
Let me be the first to congratulate you, Lillian; I know how tough it is to get close to one. The second shot particularly is quite nice.
Al, thank you so very much. I was thrilled to be able to get as close as I did for the second shot.
Flo wrote in post #14913242
WTG Lil! I have yet to get one to stay still!
Gail, I wish many on you!!! Thank you kindly.
Modigity wrote in post #14913328
Awesome shots just finally got one myself the other day.
Excellent Morgan! Good for you. Thank you very much.
butterfly2937 wrote in post #14914858
WOW great shot. The 2nd one is my favorite!
Thank you kindly Carol. It is my favorite as well.
Marcy wrote in post #14915010
great capture - I have been hunting them this past month in Montana - that is a Female- the male does not have the bronze belt
Marcy, thanks for looking in, for your kind words and for your thoughts on the sex. I was hesitant to make the call because of both the incompleteness of the second band and the abundance of brown in the first. Both are characteristics of juveniles.
kpflynn wrote in post #14915056
That second shot is Great!! It reminds me of a Kookaburra. I can almost hear it rattling.
Thanks you kindly. I just looked up Kookaburra and see exactly what you mean.