Life on a family dairy farm
in the wilds of
Upstate New York
I was so excited the first time I saw a Great Blue in a neighboring pond! Haven't yet managed a picture *sigh* BTW chickadee's are SERIOUSLY pretty upclose. My new goal is to sneak up on one with a close up lens.....
You always have the best photos. Sorry I've been away so long!
Wow. That waxwing shot :)To Ruth: I'm with you. Gotta start sneakn'!
I generally read most blogs through Google Reader, and if you have Google Ads, they show up. If I ever need a bird exterminator, Google will let me know.
Ruth, I love to see them...taking off so ponderously and flying all prehistoric and dignified. I was tickled a few weeks ago when one flew over the field by the house so I could add him to my informal summer countLaurie, thanks, I was so delighted to see that you had stopped by! Cathy, thanks, I should take the time to do better in low light and get sharper pics, but alas, I am always in a hurry.Jeffro, boy, do I hear you there! I have those ads on the side bar and yesterday one was for a dairy-advocacy site and one for an animal rights group. Yep, full service, one stop shopping. lol
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