...White Ibises in flight...
...a Bald Eagle, which appears to be "Pride," the male member of the pair which nests about 1 1/2 miles from our home...
...and Monk Parakeet.
Before sunrise, a poor image of a female Anhinga...:
...which rested on a rock in the lake:
Earlier, the Flower Moon had waned to gibbous...
...and Eastern Screech-Owls were active along the trail (notice that this one has caught a lizard):
Out in the dimly-lit wet prairie, I startled a White-tailed buck and doe:
Spending most of the day at home, confined to COVID-19 lockdown, I took advantage of the spare time to create a couple of composite photos--
A flock of ibises traversing the full Flower Moon before sunrise:
A Tricolored Heron partially eclipsing the Moon:
Back to reality, the back yard birds provided a diversion. A Tricolored Heron caught sight of me and flew across the lake:
Through the back window, I watched a hungry European Starling youngster beg for grubs from Mom. I am glad that we do not use insecticides on our lawn:
The day-old Full Flower Moon setting on May 7, before sunrise...
...and after sunrise:
Neighborhood kids enjoying a bit of freedom under watchful eyes of their Labradoodle:
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Fences Around the World
Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday)
Our World Tuesday
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