Tag: red-winged blackbird

Sweltering

It was pretty hot and humid when I decided to sneak out between pop-up thunder storms that were moving through the area. I was surprised to view the photos of several birds that I took because they were all panting from the heat. Barn… Continue Reading “Sweltering”

Returnees

I’m still waiting for a few of my favorite birds to arrive, like the Eastern Kingbirds, the Indigo Bunting and the Rose-breasted Grosbeaks. But, this past few days I’ve noticed a couple of other returnees. This is the Brown Thrasher. Yes, what a horrible… Continue Reading “Returnees”

Red-Winged Blackbird

This handsome fellow is perched on the spent cattails from last autumn. It’s a fitting background for the photo as these birds tend to nest very close to the pond’s edge.

Red-Winged Blackbird at the Pond’s Edge

Such a strikingly beautiful bird.

Blowing Leaves

Mother Nature assembled her birds. “Dear cherished ones, I have a small request. I fear this season is racing by too quickly and if I blink, it will be gone. Please reenact the falling of the leaves so I may always experience the spectacle.”… Continue Reading “Blowing Leaves”