The World in Full Color…

One thing we love about birds, is that they come in just about every color, size or shape imaginable. This weekend we took a lot of photos, probably too many…. We must have gotten a little wrapped up in all the excitement, I suppose.   But the upside of taking so many photos was that we were able to find quite a few more hidden gems buried deep within our memory card. That’s what we love the most, the thrill of the hunt and the anticipation of finding which moments we were able to flash freeze.  Below are a few of our favorite shots. Enjoy. By the way, we also love squirrels too so we slid a few of those into here as well.

American Kestler - male [flying] 01

American Kestler – Male

American Kestler - Female [on wire] 01

American Kestler – Female

Blue Jay [on branch] 01

Blue Jay

Greater Scaup - female [mouth open] 01

Greater Scaup – Female

 

Greater Scaup [wings raised] 01

Greater Scaup – Male

Great Tailed Grackel 09

Great Tailed Gracke – Male

Northern Mockingbird

Northern Mockingbird

Mallard - Male [on bank] 01

Mallard – Male

Flock of Birds 01

Flock of Birds

Red Winged Black Bird  11

Red Winged Black Bird – Male

Red Winged Black Bird  13

Ruddy Duck [in water] 01

Ruddy Duck

Ruddy Duck [in water] 02

Ruddy Duck

Mallard - Male [dabbling] 01

Mallard – Male

 

Squirrel [on branch] 01

Squirrel

Squirrel [in hole] 01

Squirrel

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2 Responses to The World in Full Color…

  1. Sarah says:

    Love your shots! As we are anticipating a move from So. Cal. To the Houston area, and I am a nature nerd, your photos convey hope😊. What area are your shots taken in? (If you don’t mind)

    • kylechavez2011 says:

      Thanks so much for the compliment. Yes we are a little too crazy about nature and wildlife ourselves. We are located in north-central texas. So the wildlife you are likely to find in Houston should be similar. Thanks for taking the time to comment.

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