A dreary day today, but the birds sang in spite of the hovering clouds. I’ve been duck hunting on the waters of the Chesapeake Bay, but have been rather unsuccessful. El Nino has been keeping the gulf stream further north, giving us a milder winter and keeping the ducks further north.
I keep hoping and will continue to search. In the meantime, the garden birds will continue to enchant.
Wonderful captures, as always, Bella!
You are too sweet Laura. Thank you so much.
wow look at the cool dude on the top lol!
Surely you have cardinals up your way Andy. Thank you so much for your wonderful comment.
I’ve yet to see 🙂 always a pleasure 🙂
love your shots here!
Thank you so much Bush Birder.
Both lovely! I’ve started seeing small rafts of ducks in Marshy Creek at CBEC (Grasonville) with my binoculars. A few Tundra Swans have arrived there too. I was hoping today provided a little sunshine so I could slip over to see what all’s been arriving to date myself! 🙂
Hopefully you were able to get out and bird today Donna. I was busy doing other things and wasn’t able to bird. Boo Hoo.
I didn’t get to get out, but by lucky chance I had an eagle fly by my balcony that I am more than thrilled with! It’ll be my next post…. 🙂
I think I mentioned this last time you posted a shot of a Northern Cardinal, but I’ll say it again….they are fantastic, colourful little birds.
If I could..I’d send you a few for your garden Mark. Thank you so very much for your kind words.
There is always something beautiful and enticing to find when you start looking…Love your photos.
As always, you are so very kind Charlie. Thank you so very much.
Love these photos
Thank you Miriam.