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Monday, September 23, 2019

Fall Weekly Post



The eagles are starting to return to the coastal areas.






My husband took these while he was boating up the coast.


Back at home I had Grosbeaks at the feeder.


Also I saw some Oystercatchers out at Whiffin Spit.


I found a lovely Red-tailed hawk out by the Spunky nest area. He was friendly to me and very curious.

The Waxwings are all in town now looking for berries.



Another Grosbeak at the feeder, they seem to be here all the time now.

Nuthatch

The hawk still flies over the yard but if he sees me he does not stop by for a visit. Thanks to all the readers who do stop in for a visit.  I am so grateful to see how many people visit my little blog stories.



Lovely Little Pipit

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Nature Notes Tuesday
Our World Tuesday
Wild Bird Wednesday
ABC Wednesday  "L" for all the Lovely Little Birds

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12 comments:

  1. Fabulous eagle shots!

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  2. Really like those eagle pictures - sea birds and fishing trips do seem to make a good combination.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Darwin, NT, Australia

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  3. I have enjoyed many wonderful birds on Vancouver Island, but Bald Eagle remains THE emblematic experience for me. What a pleasure to see them every day.

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  4. Beautiful pictures. They keep talking about re-introducing eagles on our N Norfolk coast but I haven't seen any as yet.

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  5. Extraordinary photos of the eagle! Thank you!! Have a grand day!

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  6. The waxwings are beautiful birds but the hawks are majestic. Great photos as always.

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  7. Your husband is a great photographer too...lovely flight shots of the soaring eagle. Beautuful pictures of all your other birds as well.. I’m so glad you and your camera were there for the waxwings, I just love that bird!

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  8. Such gorgeous visitors you had! It's exciting to see so many different birds during your travels about. Our local hawk won't stay around if he sees me, either.



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  9. Beautiful birds! The eagle is impressive ... I hope to get a good eagle picture someday.

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  10. Whenever I visit your blog, I Always feel a little jealous ;-) It must be wonderful to see those Majestic creatures in the wild.

    Have a heartwarming en splendid ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    M e l o d y (team ABC-W)
    https://melodyk.nl/25-L

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  11. lovely selection of birds and great photos, the eagle is magnificent

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