Busted

Busted

The looks says it all. This Jay had his back to me so I was trying to sneak up on him and focus on his very colorful tail feathers. Needless to say he was on to me.

 

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Roosting

Roosting

Early one morning we spotted these White Faced Ibis resting on a local lake. Not a common sight around here and within a half hours after taking this photo they flew off. I have yet to see them on this lake again.

 

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Sharp

sharp

Sharp plant, sharp Beak, sharp looking Western Meadowlark.

Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge.

 

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Wood Thrush

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For me the Wood Thrush is a bird I may often hear but seldom seem. Hanging out in those forests deep with green and hidden out of sight they have such a wonderful song. After listening to his song for several minutes this Wood Thrush flew out and landed on a post in a clearing for a minute or two before retuning back into the woods. Love the pudgy belly on this one.

 

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Good Night Heron

A Black Crowned Night Heron heads to the roost as night makes its way to the end of another day.

Good Night Heron.

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