So far behind and trying to catch up.
Some of these were taken in late April and early May.
The White-breasted Nuthatch was taken on the Anchorage Trail.
Remember to double click on the first image, to view a larger slide show presentation after you have read the narratives~
I will be linking up with Mary for:
Wild Bird Wednesday
The Eastern Wood-Pewee, Least Flycatcher and Thrush were all taken across the lane~
I think this is a Hermit Thrush~
A few Blue Buntings were at the Anchorage Park, near where I photographed the Baltimore Orioles for last weeks share~
At least 2 Great Blue Herons in Anchorage Park~
A few Canada Geese were as well~
A few Red-eared Sliders~
A female Red-winged Blackbird is busy making one trip after the other to collect insects for her growing young ones~
As I was leaving the Anchorage Trail, a male Wood Duck bid me a fond farewell.
OK maybe not!
He was watching over the nest box as the female took care of the young ones~
I was passing the lake for the last time on my morning walk, when a Black-crowned Heron came into my view.
I needed to get home, but not before I got a few photos of this beauty~
~Happy Sunday, Happy Week to ya~