The American Robin (Turdus migratorius)


This morning I thought I would share an image in motion.

It has been a busy few weeks so far at the home front. A 50th anniversary, a nephew-in-law moving party where I felt like a third wheel since I have limited use of my left arm and hand, yet did some minor cleaning. A virus removal on Deb’s Mothers computer, breakfast  tomorrow morning with Deb’s Aunt.

Come this August, will be going to see my grand Aunt Cris on my Dad’s side whom I have not seen since the mid 80’s. I will be in Denver, Colorado during the fourth week of August. I also hope to capture some great images while there.

The American Robin (Turdus migratorius)

Birds, Robins, Robin, American RobinThe first image most of you have already seen, yet I put it up on a photography group and is getting great reviews.

Manual Mode:
No flash
1/1600sec 5.6 ISO 320
Exposure Comp: 0

 

 

Sparrow Coasting

Sparrow,Sparrows, Type of birdsNow, these birds are small and fast, very difficult to capture, but with patients and a whole lot of luck – I caught it zipping by me in an empty field. A field I can no longer shoot in due to the paranoia of the planed Parent Hood that is across the empty field,  😦  It is what it is!

A Pigeon I do believe, but don’t really have a clue!

Colorfuls birds

 

 

 

 

 

vulture, vultures, soringWhile I was trying to capture four military jets flying by, this one large bird was flying in the opposite direction, so I focused on this bird. I still don’t really know what it is. After watching “Defying Gravity” that aired on the Nova channel a couple of days ago, I believe it maybe a Vulture of some type.

 

 

gopher,gophersNot a bird, not that sharp.

 

 

 

 

I hope everyone enjoyed viewing the images,

Leave me feedback with your honest opinions about the images.

 

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