Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Friends for life ... beautiful display!
From what I see the bird groupings are true to what might be encountered in life.
Some are really... "wow!".
Such a great variety! Wow!
Hi William, what a great display. My kind of exhibition. Thanks for sharing. Thank you for visiting my blog. re you wondering what the cats think of Skabby the dog splashing - they are not fazed at all. They all use this big bowl as a drinking trough!
They have so many specimens!
...they all are unique.
Water and shore birds are an interesting group to watch.
That display really emphasizes the wide variety of birds in the northern hemisphere.
Some look quite familiar, but most of them are unknown to me.
I know that for many seeing a stuffed bird is how it was before the photo but I am somewhat sad that they are no longer flying. Wonderful display of some really fun and different birds.
What a wonderful display of birds.
@Ella: thank you.@David: good!@Iris: indeed.@Magiceye: thanks.@Jo: thank you.@RedPat: they do.@Tom: I agree.@Red: definitely.@Sharon: it does.@Jan: a lot are familiar to me.@Parsnip: thank you.@Bill: yes it is.
Wonderful exhibit, a place I could probably spend a couple of hours.
Lots of stuffies.MB
Love the Canada goose.
Ach! Just this afternoon I came across the remain of what must have been a Canada Goose block party, if you know what I mean. :-)
we love hearing the owls at night ... or early AM (still dark of course) they have such a great call. way cool!! happy weekend. ( ;
I love that owl's ears!
@Denise: no doubt.@MB: definitely.@Marie: me too.@Revrunner: they are... ahem, productive in that way.@Beth: I've been more aware of owls by their sounds.@Jeanie: I do too.