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).
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.
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.
This little guy might have been making his first flight, he looks pretty new to me.
I was tending to a plant that my neighbor, Sally gave me, clipping off yesterday’s news to get to the fresh growth before putting it in the earth and in mid-clip I heard a lot of chatter. Looked up and saw this guy on one of the branches that was next in line for a trim.
And no, I don’t have my camera with me when I’m doing dirt therapy. I had to go up to the house to get it, thinking that I’d missed my photo op, but he was still there when I got back and we had a nice little conversation.
This was his response when I asked him what he was doing there. Kinda looks like the expression a teenager gets when you ask if they’ve cleaned their room.
This little guy was guarding the boardwalk on Tybee Island in GA.
I dont’ know what kind of bird he/she is, but the tough attitude really caught my attention and apparently not just mine, because all the other birds were steering clear.