Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Today I have more of the display cases featuring specimens of birds, grouped together.
Open the door and let them fly away! ;-)
Interesting and disturbing to see them stuffed like that...
So beautiful displays with so much information about the birds! They are worth a visit!
It's a pity that they are all dead and stuffed, but of course this way you can see them in details ! I could even take along my cat, lol !
It's really useful to be able to see the birds side by side like that and compare their relative sizes.
They don't need all of them, and they have so many. See if you can get them to send a few to me!
Hello,Beautiful displays! Take care, enjoy your day!
The birds in our garden are probably less special, but I would rather see them than these dead specimens.
Such lovely displays. So organized and informative. Very well done.
...variety is the spice of life!
It is interesting to see not only the different plumage but the various sizes.
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I recognise quite a few of these beautiful birds William, the duck in the last shot with the blue beak is certainly one I've seen here 💙
Great group displays of our 'feathered friends' ~ Moment by moment,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A CreativeHarbor)
I would enjoy those displays.
The seasonal colour changes are so magical.
Who knew there were so many kinds of ducks.
I like loons but they are very hard to find and watch.
Wonderful displays with lots of info.Very nice to see.
I prefer ducks in their natural environment... but it's a pretty display.
Nice bird displays. Thank you for sharing.
A good way to be able to identify them. I believe these days animals are only stuffed when they have died from natural causes. Doubt that happened in previous centuries.
What a grand display! Tweeted.
Liked seeing all the different birds grouped.
It's hard to believe there are so many ducks!
Goodness, I don't like seeing stuffed animals, but must say so many ducks. WOW.
Nice photos show how amazing the displays are.
Delightfully old fashioned!
So much to look at.
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So interesting to study them.
Yes it is.
Fascinating to see all those birds, more great exhibits.
This would be a great boon for artists, prior to the Internet!
Very much so.