Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Variations Of Flight

Carrying on where we left off yesterday, here are more of the display cases showing thematic differences among birds. 

24 comments:

  1. That looks a very well thought-out display. I'd be there for some time!

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  2. The displays are interesting!
    You can easily recognize the type of birds!

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  3. This is also very interesting!
    (Especially for birdwatchers, as I am)

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  4. Hello,

    They are all beautiful birds, I especially love the owls. Take care, enjoy your day!

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  5. @John: I was.

    @Ella: indeed.

    @Italiafinlandia: thanks!

    @Jan: they do stand out.

    @Eileen: thanks!

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  6. ...like people, they all are unique.

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  7. I love all birds but especially ducks.

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  8. So much to see, so much to learn!

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  9. Excellent! Love the owls, the hardest to find though 😉

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  10. The world of birds is so diverse!

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  11. Few people have seen very many of these birds.

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  12. Birds are fascinating animals !

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  13. The displays are so nicely done. I think I've only seen a small handful of any of these!

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  14. Beautiful birds and great displays.

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  15. That would be a great way to become familiar with birds that you haven't seen before.

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  16. Saw (and heard!) several of your native geese today on my walks, although I guess they've been here long enough that I guess you could call them "naturalized" U. S. citizens by now. :-)

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  17. It is a very well presented display, your museum is really a fascinating place.

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  18. Owls are such fabulous birds. Show stoppers.

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  19. @Tom: that is true.

    @Marie: ducks are characters.

    @Magiceye: quite true!

    @Iris: that is the case.

    @Grace: they are elusive.

    @Sharon: definitely.

    @Red: indeed.

    @Karl: they are.

    @Jeanie: me too.

    @Bill: I agree.

    @Cloudia: that they are.

    @RedPat: I think so too.

    @Revrunner: I wonder how Canadian Canada geese actually are. They flee south the moment there's a frost.

    @Gemel: it is, yes.

    @Joanne: they are.

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  20. This looks like a very informative and detailed display of birds. I know the Denver Museum of Nature and Science has something similar

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  21. Wow ~ great info about our 'feathered friends.'

    Moment by moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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