Wild Bird Wednesday 138

Another hawk caught the attention of my lens.  This was along I 37 and we just pulled on the shoulder (illegal : / ).  Maybe that explains the blurred images along with a very skittish hawk.  So the question I bring today is what kind of hawk, a juvenile red tail or an adult female Northern Harrier?  Or maybe neither.  Please let me know if you have an opinion.


©  Janice Adcock


©  Janice Adcock


©  Janice Adcock


©  Janice Adcock


©  Janice Adcock


©  Janice Adcock

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Wild Bird Wednesday 121

On Halloween morning our son stopped by to be helped with his costume that I had put together for him.


Including in WBW as I have a nice turkey waddle


Yes, that is a bloody neck.

Once he left for his day of ‘business’, I sat down for a cup of java.  Outside I noticed movement in the sky.  The hawk is back!


Not great focus but I loved the light on it!

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Then, I am certain it was just for Halloween, a buzzard/turkey vulture joined in the fun.  This dude/dudette was huge.


Going camping for a few days.  Hope to get some new bird photos to share.  Best wishes for a great week everyone.  Make sure you stop by:

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Outside our little abode is a lot of open sky, as in no tall trees.  I had stepped out to see about getting a shot of some bird antics.  It appears a hawk and a group of some type of birds were synchronized flying.  Maybe it was a version of Swan Lake.  Of course, the hawk may have been pursuing a meal or the birds could have been bugging the hawk.  What ever it was was fun to watch.






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Wild bird Wednesday – 110

Lots of the same kind of birds outside on the patio.  The Sunday walk with Hubby and a camera yielded a couple of varieties that do not come to the feeder.

One really long distance (quarter of a mile my husband estimates) shot of the neighborhood hawk!


 Mourning dove near the pond.


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