Friday, April 18, 2008

Photo Hunters: Thirteen Birds of Spring














These 13 species of birds have appeared here
in Barton during the past 13 days.
The world is simply exploding with life.


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Thank you for visiting.

21 comments:

  1. YAY! Signs of spring and some lovely bird photos! Wahoo! I think the red-tailed hawk is my favorite. Theya re all fun!

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  2. Wowie! How neat that you captured so many birds. I like the red-tailed hawk best, too.

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  3. I love the bird on the wire next to the telephone post. And you got it from a very interesting angle. Bravo to all the pics!

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  4. Great pics!!! I love wildlife shots like these :) Happy photo hunting!

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  5. What a treat! Great for the theme or anytime. I enjoy your bird photography so much.

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  6. Just WOW! Thank you so much for sharing these wonderful collection. My favorite is the song sparrow.

    Happy Hunting!

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  7. Wow what great photos! And such a luxury to have birdlife in the neighborhood :-)

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  8. The song sparrow looks like a tiny little owl. I think that's my favorite.

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  9. What an awesome and very informative contribution to this week's PH theme. Thanks for sharing with us your interest and passion for these beautiful birds. Beautiful.

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  10. Oh wow, especially the picture of the hawk in flight! You must have a great camera and also great eyes plus steady hands! :o

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  11. I enjoyed these lovely photos Andrée, especially the heron and the hawk. Have a great weekend.

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  12. You really are VERY talented for taking bird pictures !

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  13. Oh, I adore that common snipe!! Super photos.

    My PhotoHunt will auto-publish in about an hour +10min. =) Just visiting a few while I have the extra moment =

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  14. I enjoy your bird shots.
    Not long ago I saw a Mountain Blue Bird by our mail box.

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  15. Wow what excellent photos! A marvellous take on this week's theme.

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  16. Your wildlife photos are always wonderful. What a delightful area you must live in!

    Sometime last month I had a photo of a watefowl which I could not identify for certain. Could you take a look at it? It's here.

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  17. Beautiful photographs. And educational as well. Good job! I hope to take better photos someday. I've got to get a nice 35mm style digital SLR camera someday similar to my old first-generation Canon AE-1. Right now all I have is a digital Olympus point-and-shoot. Does the job, but has limitations.

    I've got my PhotoHunt entry up at http://www.anniemayhem.com/cgi-bin/wordpress/ in case you're interested. If you do visit, please leave a comment and feel free to explore the rest of my little blog.

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  18. I am so impressed that you can actually name all those birds! Good shots...

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  19. It's great to learn about different kinds of birds that I don't get to see around here. Thank you for sharing.

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