Finally, after what seemed to be two weeks without any blue skies to temper my digital images, there it was; Blue Sky. There was a cloud bank on the South East and North West Horizons. The Blue Sky would last only a couple hours, so I started looking for subjects to capture.
Again, I started at Frozen Point.
|This is View to the North West. Yeah, I tweaked the contrast....just a little.|
|When Harriers frolic.|
I don't know if this is a territorial behavior or just early morning antics
Last Posting I Posted the Male Northern Harrier. This is the Female Northern Harrier.
|Rule 6: When Wildlife pose, take the picture!! |
While shooting the Prairie Falcon this Ibis flew up to this post very close to the falcon.
It sit there until I took this picture and then it moved on.
|Again Rule #6 A Colin Sparrow|
|Juvenile Eagle reacting to other Eagle over a Goose carcass|
|Nutria at Shoveler Pond|
|Not sure but I think this is same Heron as in previous posting in which it also posed with a catfish.|