Birds and Moths and Flora

Hello to one and all! There is no particular theme or interesting writing on this post–I don’t have time for it presently! I only wish that you may derive some of the joy that I felt at some of these natural wonders. If you have any questions, feel free to ask them in Comments:

Brown-headed Nuthatch 1.JPG

Brown-headed Nuthatch (but low light makes it “Grey-headed”)

Brown-headed Nuthatch 2.JPG

Brown-headed Nuthatch (my favorite bird!)

Carolina Wren.JPG

Carolina Wren (ties with Nuthatch as favorite bird)

DownyWoodpecker1.JPG

Downy Woodpecker

Kingbird.JPG

Eastern Kingbird (on a far away peninsula)

Mallard.JPG

Mallard

Mockingbird (immature).JPG

Mockingbird (immature)

Mockingbird.JPG

Mockingbird (adult)

Red-shouldered Hawk.JPG

Red-shouldered Hawk (immature)

Wood Thrush feeding cowbird young.jpg

Wood Thrush (caring for a Cowbird young’n)

Spider Web.JPG

Passion Flower (flash).JPG

Passion Flower (with flash)

Passion Flower.JPG

Passion Flower (as seen in dim light without flash)

Poison Oak.JPG

Poison Oak (I think it is, anyway)

Thin-leaved Sunflower.JPG

Thin-leaved Sunflower

Wild Strawberry.JPG

Wild Strawberry

Queen Anne's Lace.JPG

Queen Anne’s Lace (with unidentified insect life browsing its offering)

Io Moth.JPG

Io Moth

Damselfly.JPG

Damselfly

Dragonfly.JPG

BONUS! (For those of you who stuck with me this far, hehehe!)

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 and Moths and Flora

  1. blueridgebluecollargirl says:

    Thank you for sharing all those wondrous sights, Benjamin! Of course, my favorite has to be the wood thrush mama (not so much the baby cowbird she’s feeding though!). They are such shy birds that it’s difficult to capture them—you did well! I also liked the amazing illuminated spider web.

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