Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Juvenile Birds at BHCL

I am determined to get back into the habit of early morning walks.  With the current heatwave, it is a much better option than going at midday when it is in the 90s.  I really, really enjoyed this morning's walk.  There was beauty in every direction.

Eastern Bluebird

a watercolor sky

dew-covered Japanese Beetle

dew-covered Evening Primrose

a distant young buck in the morning mist

American Robin

Black-Capped Chickadees enjoying cherries for breakfast

I liked the way the sun was hitting this grass.  The spider web was not visible until I was home.  An added bonus!

Northern Cardinal
(juvenile - note black bill)

Mourning Dove

 Gray Catbird

Look at all the colors in this grass!

 Eastern Bluebird (juvenile)

 American Goldfinch

 Eastern Phoebe

 Red-Tailed Hawk (juvenile)

 Eastern Bluebird (juvenile)

Eastern Bluebird (juvenile)

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