One from me. These Turkey Vultures were trying to dry out their wings. It was drizzling rain all morning. I shot this one from the truck window and never ventured too far from the truck since it did come down pretty hard at times.
Was inspired by Dave's cartoon where the comments came from outside the photo...
Okay fellow birders, I don't know how to make bubble captions, or any kind of captions for that matters. So please help me out. I've a serries of hilarious Grebe chowing down to share. Anyone can help add the captions please? I'll provide the pics. and the captions to be captioned, ok? Here goes...
Here's another. I have no idea if Vermillion Flycatchers will eat out of meal worm trays, but I do know they will hang out in parking lots and pick the bugs off of cars. I watched them do this at Big Bend National Park. They really liked it when the big travel trailers pulled in - a feast.
I'm saddened because I've just now noticed that GrannyGrunt from Mount Pleasant Mills, who's started this thread is no longer with us. My thought and prayers are with her family and loved ones.
Hi everyone, hope your day is a blessed one.
I would like to invite you all to come and celebrate GrannyGrunt (Donna) who passed away this past Saturday April,13 2013. She will be sadly missed here on the Bird Watching Forum. Her captioned photos have brought many of us lots of smiles and laughs!
Feel free to come and share a GrannyGrunt memory with us at the link below.
Thanks Margaret and Nanny.
Margaret, I thought about your Osprey photos when I made that one. Wish I had some that good.
Here's one that I hope you can see. The birds are pretty small in the frames.
I was photographing a Bald Eagle's nest with two chicks in it. The Mom and Dad were carrying food and nesting materials back and forth to the nest and one would usually perch in the nest or in this tree right next to the nest. This American Kestrel flew up in the same tree as a Bald Eagle. The Kestrel would duck down everytime the eagle would look back at him. It was hilarious. That went on for a few minutes with several back and forths. I cracked up. Finally the Kestrel decided that there must be a better place to perch and he took off, looking back while he flew.