Birds of 2012

baby Bluebird gate Barn Swallow, Pullman Bluebird hawking insects Eastern Kingbird - contemplative Herons flying Heron's siesta from behind the hedge Mallard holiday Mockingbird baby jumping Mockingbirds fight Broad-winged Hawk Mother duck and children Mute Swan Nuthatch climbs Pileated Scared of heights

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About birdsandbenjamin

I am a resident of the North Carolina foothills and visitor to the mountains who finds great joy in observing and living with one of man's best friends, birds! I have limited photographic equipment, only a Nikon L810 and a pair of binoculars (for long-distance images). Nonetheless, I hope you see the heart behind the images and enjoy the beauty of birds on this blog.
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1 Response to Birds of 2012

  1. blueridgebluecollargirl says:

    Benjamin, I am so glad to see you post again! Looking at your wonderful bird pictures, I am reminded of how much I miss our bird walks, how much I miss you patiently identifying for me yet again the call of the Carolina Wren—the one bird I never seem to learn (so many different calls!) I love your bird shots. I think my favorite just might be the baby mockingbird running (or jumping?) across our yard or maybe the Great Blue Heron flying. Or maybe the Mama and Daddy mockingbird bravely defending their young. (And thank you for not posting the part where I ran and screamed at the hawk like a demented woman, haha). Can’t wait for you to post again!

    Love, Mama

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