Wednesday, June 11, 2008

In Flight

Caught these Cow Birds in flight late yesterday. They never came very close and I did not have my tripod, so the pictures are not as sharp as I would like. Hope you like them.
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nonizamboni said...

I love these shots! Birds in flight is always a little mysterious and quite amazing. Nice, nice work.
Happy Wednesday!

Christy said...

Sometimes you just have take the opportunity given whether it is exactly what you want or not. Sometimes its those inconvenient opportunities that mean the most in life. Especially after you have a moment to reflect back on what has happened and how it may have changed things in the long run.

alicesg said...

Very lovely shots of the birds. I never have such luck with photographing birds. I had better luck with

Stacey Huston said...

Don't know that I have ever seen cowbirds before! thanks !
Really enjoying the God Art too by the way!
My brother in CA is taking his tests to become a police officer.. So far he is passing.. on to the physical, if he passes this then he gets to go to the acadamy.. I am proud of him and wish him luck..

The Birdlady said...

Till, they capture the freedom of flight, and the soft color is lovely.

Sandpiper said...

Always great to see these birds in flight. They are so graceful! Nice shots!

Kathiesbirds said...

Nice Cattle Egrets! Cowbirds are actually small, black birds that parasitite songbirds nests with their eggs! They lay their own eggs in other bird's nests and abandon them, often killing the other chicks in the process. Then, the little warblers raise the young as their own. Once fledged, the cowbirds then fly off to join other cowbirds. What I want to know is, how do they know they are cowbirds?

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