Feathers – CFFC – JusJoJan
Cee gives us an interesting topic for her Fun Foto Challenge. Friends of this blog will recall the reason I had to choose some favorites from the past that might make us sad. Cee gives us:
“This week our topic is Feathers. They can be attached to a bird or not. Mostly just have fun.“
I tried to highlight birds (and one sorely missed bird dog) with their feathers on display.
We’re halfway through Linda G. Hill’s JusJoJan prompt, and that brings us to ‘Optimism’ which was given to us by June who can be found at her blog.
Optimism is undeniable in my book. I can’t look at life any other way. I’ve been up against some tough times, but I’ve always made it through. So, I guess being optimistic hasn’t hurt.
Thanks to Wendy, I now know that this is an Eastern Kingbird
“Come on, Those little birds already left for the field. They’re up first.”
Red Winged Blackbird
Many of these birds are in the Wetlands exhibit. We walked around, but it’s clearly their space.
This might be a gray (Canada) jay or a gray catbird.
There were lots of birds flying. I got a picture os an eagle, but he was heading away. I’m not sure what this is, but it’s the best shot I got.
That’s a big bird.
Not the prettiest bird, but I was happy to see them.
I don’t know if this is a pigeon or a gull or, as I’m likely to say, a birdy-bird.
Morning Dove? Maybe. Pretty bird? Oh yeah
I was trying to get a picture of the birds picking away at the remnants in the tobacco field when I startled them into flight.
I love the way her feathers glow in the morning sun.
Maddie is in a holding pattern until a lady walks by. If I let her get any closer, she will start barking.
It’s hard to see, but Jinx is behind that gull.