My backyard bird friends will soon be changing homes here in Palo Pinto county. Looking forward to the migratory influx.
As usual, click an image to enlarge. The American Robin migration that settled at Oaks Crossing just south of Mineral Wells, Texas (North Central Texas) was only the fourth time in my life where I had witnessed such an event. To this day, I am not sure if it was a migration, a gathering, or [...]
Give us the photos – Click here if you would like the story. Palo Pinto county is experiencing an invasion year for these feisty little birds. It happens once every five years or so according to my birding buddy over at Texas Bird Images. One note for this gallery post – The Red-Breasted Nuthatch is [...]
Time for additional feeders. After watching three months of Titmice, Chickadees, Robins, Mockingbirds, Sparrows and Dove – I decided to add two new feeders. The success was nearly immediate. Obviously, credit will traverse over to the time of year, but some of it goes to the new feeders. Today, I have a change in bird [...]
Hi Guys! I spent the night in the hospital, courtesy of an over-active blood pressure and high cholesterol. Yes! Hospital stays always make for a fun time. Fun! Fun! Fun! Kind of like a cruise. Same constant unwanted attention; yet, minus the big body of water, food and ambiance. I managed to capture several massive [...]
As you can see, the light is gone in Mineral Wells as it should be this time of evening. I could not resist the urge to grab a few shots of my sickly looking juvenile Northern Cardinal. About this time every evening, I am visited by this young Cardinal that looks as if he has [...]
The American Robin is one of my most sought after birds for photographing. They are literally everywhere in the neighborhood above us, I can never seem to catch them when the light is right. So, I apologize for the weak captures. To be honest, I have a problem locating and shooting any red-bodied bird. My [...]