It’s that time of year again when these cute little balls-o-fluff are out there learning to cross the street and stay together (must be bird kindergarten).
Not sure if this little one is a boy or a girl, but either way, it looks like a nap is in order.
Jay was quite curious about my camera, but didn’t seem to mind it or me.
These poor little Canadians had to be ready for a nap after their trip.
I’ve had to stop the car for them while they’re crossing the street, but this is the first time I’ve seen them in the water.
Saw these guys all sitting in a row, hunkering down to wait out the snowstorm.
Why is being cocky such a negative thing? Look how beautiful he is, even with his one broken feather.
These Canadians were out for a stroll after the rain. Those little guys are so fluffy and cute, aren’t they? Too bad that they can’t stay that way.
After many unsuccessful attempts, this tern finally snagged a fish.
The buzzards are back! In these parts that means spring is right around the corner as every March 15th, without fail, the buzzards reappear.
My friend, Judi gave me a lovely bird bath, but when I tried to capture its beauty with my camera, it just looked like a regular bird bath, so I cropped it down to just the center portion and voila!
If I were a bird, I think I’d give this guy a wide berth.
He may be small, but he looks ready to take on eagle.