I wish this Prothonotary Warbly was in my garden eating some of those bad nasty invasive lady beetles!
So...(haven't said that in a while!)...birding has been a little slow...though the garden has been busy as a bee...with bees and bugs. I thought I would take a break from posting the insects...AND trying to figure out what they all are! I found a file from May at Magee that I hadn't gone through...so, here's a couple of warblies and what nots to hold you over until the fall migration really hits!
Why are some Gray Catbirds so angry?
'Cause they don't live in our garden where The Doodles feeds them jelly everyday!
"I can see all the way through to China!"
Baby American Robins are bottomless pits in case you didn't know.
"Oooo...this water is yucky...oooo...my feet!"
Silly Great Egrets...not so great in cold, dirty water!
"Birds From The Bottom!"
They don't trust me and my bloggity anymore, they never turn around.
(That's a Yellow Warbly by the way. You can tell because it's yellow.)
What wonderful and colorful birds! Love your shots, especially the one eating the bug. No, wait, the yellow one!ReplyDelete
It's soooo hard to pick just one!Delete
And you can tell the Yellow Warbly is a male because it has stripes branded on it's breast from being behind bars.ReplyDelete
ick...... I wouldn't want to wade in that either.....ReplyDelete
But it feels so warm and squishy between your toes!Delete
These are splendid!ReplyDelete
Why thank you!Delete
Now there's also some red on the yellow warbly!ReplyDelete
Doesn't it figure that a guy named "Red" would point that out?Delete
Dave, great shots. I especially like the lighting on the Robins. Will BurtReplyDelete
I agree with Will. The lighting on the robin is fantastic. The eyes are highlighted just right. Great!ReplyDelete
Ahhh! Nice shots.ReplyDelete