Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Wonderful series of feather friends. I checked back as I am so late reading your blog.Have to say your header of the Tulips so bright and wonderful has really made me smile.parsnip
Help, you´re long back and I didn´t even notice, sorry!I love the last shot in your Return-post! Great diorama.I don´t even know if the museum with the dioramas is open here, but reckon they don´t have anything new anyways...Hence nice to see yours!That bird with the vertical orange beak here looks really cute.
Um belo museu estou a gostar.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Owls are such fascinating birds.
...as they say, "birds of a feather flock together!"
I’d love to see some owls. I have never seen them in the wild.
Birds, birds and more birds. Keep 'em coming!
The owl is nice to see.
I saw a pileated woodpecker fly by yesterday! Loveing spring and the birds.
Thanks for the ongoing tour of the birds. It is nice to have you back. :-)
This display gives one the opportunity to really study the differences between birds like the hawks.
Lindas fotografias!Um gosto admirar esta diversidade de pássaros que nos mostraUm abraço
I like the woodpeckers. And what a handsome owl! More!
It is a large bird gallery...
Sad that most people can poly identify only a few birds.
Very nice! Love the owls:).
I like these exhibits. I think birds are such fascinating creatures. I hear owls on our farm and wish that I could see them.
@Parsnip: it is going to take me a long time to get back up and running.@Iris: I imagine it'll be summer's end before museums here open up.@Francisco: thank you.@Sharon: they are.@Tom: that's true.@Marie: I've heard them.@David: more to come.@Bill: very much so.@Jennifer: I still remember seeing one very close up.@DJan: you're welcome.@RedPat: that's true.@Gracita: thank you.@Jeanie: thank you.@Karl: that it is.@Red: Unfortunately true.@Maria: thank you.@Michelle: they are elusive.
I noticed a puffin in the last photo, a beautiful and colourful bird!
Hello, these are all beautiful. I would love to see a real Puffin. Take care, enjoy your day and week ahead.
Wonderful flock series of photos ^_^Be Well,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
Strange to see these type displays but I must confess they're fascinating
Wonderful series of photographs again William, thank you.All the best Jan