Here’s a selection of birds I’ve photographed over the past few days. We often see Sandhill Cranes around southern Alberta, but it’s rare for them to visit our ponds. I was also lucky to see the Townsend’s Solitaire. We often get Eurasian Collared Dove pairs stopping by during the summer months (Mourning Doves stop by as well). I was having my morning coffee when I noticed the frost on the spider web just outside our living room window.
3 Responses to “More and more Birds arriving.”
Thank you again for the lovely photographs Marlene ~ fabulous. I’ve been anxiously watching the male osprey at Waterton Reservoir for a couple of weeks fussing over the nest and no mate in site. Today, the lady of the house finally showed up. Phew ~ now, we can get to business !
The beauty of spring! You capture it perfectly. I just saw my first Mourning Cloak Butterfly. And a Moose nicely sitting staying cool on a big snowdrift! I quietly turned around and wasn’t seen. ☺
You’re so lucky to have so many birds dropping in during their migration, north or south. Lovely shots as always.