This little guy shouldn't be creepy, he's about as big as a sparrow.Cowgirl said:Good picture Brassman but owls creep me out for some reason!
I'm happy to share, Deb, and I've got lots of pictures.drenee said:Jeff, you always have the most awesome pics.
Thanks for sharing.
They're about the same size but the indigo bunting is all brilliant blue. I have some pictures somewhere but Google was easier:Carol Hanrahan said:How similar is a painted bunting to an indigo bunting? Anyone have a picture of an indigo bunting?
If you're a birder, Central Texas is a great place to visit. We're on the cusp of the easter and western flyways and we get a fair number of occasional visitors from Mexico.Carol Hanrahan said:Just gorgeous. I'm sad these birds aren't around here - so. Cal. I might have to go on a trip to find them!
Ah yes. I've only been in the middle of that migration once; it was like a religious experience. Do they come down as far as your home?Anju No. 469 said:And Jeff - don't forget the monarchs in the fall!
Pictures?Dori said:Hey guys. Saw your messages and klown talk goes in this topic because I make balloon hummingbirds It is the easiest animal that I made ( that is past tense).
Perhaps Dori's balloons might help. Let me see...Anju No. 469 said:I can go up, it's the coming down that gets me.
Great, Dori, thanks. Now, can you manage a helium filled hummingbird to get Dona off that mountain in Mexico?Dori said:If I can find two of the correct balloons I will try to recreate that baby for this thread.
Thanks, Dori. Do you think it can lift Dona?Dori said:Latex Hummingbird (Indiana species) on Coreopsis
I'm not going there but thanks again, Dori.Dori said:Not if she weighs more that 1/2 ounce Jeff.
A golden pheasant and roadrunner.Dori said:Gorgeous. What are they?
When one attains a certain age involuntary napping is a given. And I was yawning with them not at them.Meredith Sinclair said:Glad you found a more interesting thread... Jeff.... saw you napping on the Author's