This bird! It reminds me a lot of a Carolina wren with extra-long legs! We happened upon a pair of these birds at a small creek that feeds into a lake we hike regularly. There was a lot of movement which caught our attention. Once we saw them, had no idea what they were atContinue reading “Louisiana Waterthrush”
Before saying goodbye to 2020, here is 35Sparrows year in review. Enjoy! Welcome 2021! Thank you so much for following my blog & commenting. This has been a fun journey. Looking forward to sharing more bird & nature pics with you!!
Look at this cutie pie! Another bird I had not heard of prior to this summer. The bird above still has some black on it’s belly, but likely diminished by the time of this post. During breeding, the face, throat & chest become black. In winter, they become pretty plain & lose the black bellyContinue reading “Black-Bellied Plover”
Yeehaw look at them legs! Again, thanks to boat movement, not the sharpest shots. But these are great birds! According to Bob, the Captain of the Osprey, these are greater yellowlegs. As a novice, I would not be able to tell the difference between greater or lesser yellowlegs, as they are very similar in sizeContinue reading “Greater vs. Lesser Yellowlegs”
As a birding newbie & very beginner bird photographer, great blue heron (GBH) are a lot of fun to watch and photograph. They are large, easy to find, exotic looking, and can put on quite a good show! Some rules have been broken here… If you want to be a good bird photographer, you don’tContinue reading “Strut Your Stuff”