Posts Tagged ‘red winged blackbirds’

WOW ! What a contrast in color ! Click to Enlarge photos. Their are about 100 of them and they are really LOUD!:

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Things are hard to figure ! We’ve had record cold, snow, not much sun, and the Monarda that blooms in June decides to burst out. It is by a pond, and the Red-winged Blackbirds love to sit in this large patch. The daisies are also in full bloom, I think a little early also (by 2 weeks). I’m astounded that natural events happen the way they do – no logical explanation ! Photo taken last week with a Canon 7D and 300 f/2.8 lens by the pond across the road:






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Despite the cold weather, and late spring, the red winged blackbirds are coming in flocks and roosting along the Little Buffalo River. I like this shot — because its hard to get a photo that distinguishes the back eye from the black feathers on this bird:



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