Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Wild Bird Wednesday



Black on White
The Common, very intelligent, ever vigilant  Crow ...











Andrea

12 comments:

  1. Hello Andrea, wonderful series on the crows. I wish you all the best in 2016, a happy healthy New Year!

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  2. I love your crows. They are rather elegant looking. Although, I haven't seen very many of them this past year. It seems, we're missing a lot of our birds this past year. Hmmm, not good.

    Today I'm feeling much better. However, outside is much worse. Only in the single digits this morning. Brrr, I really don't like the cold. I know it's Winter, but I was really enjoying the milder temps.

    I'll bet you're getting quite excited about your upcoming trip. I just know you'll have a super time. Who's going to take care of Izzi and your cats while you are gone? Hopefully not a kennel. I just don't like kennels.

    I got a new catalogue in the mail today offering some really interesting courses at super sale prices. So, I think I'll take my coffee and my catalogue to my lounge chair and see if there is anything interesting that I can learn.

    Woofs and a lick for Izzi from Pogo. You have a wonderful day, hugs, Edna B.

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  3. The venture into out garden when it gets really cold.

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  4. How I love these intelligent, resourceful, family-minded birds.

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  5. Great photos of the Crows. They all seem to know what they want and how to get it!

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  6. Lovely shots of crows in the snow. Happy New Year. I am home now from my trip to Malawi but thanks for leaving me all the comments when I was away.

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  7. So intelligent! Wonderful birds! Especially love that last shot.

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  8. I love Crows...these are great shots of this cool bird.

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  9. That's cute the crows with the cat weather vane looking down on them, it's looking chilly with you?
    Wren x

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  10. surprised that the squirrel and crows were sharing!

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  11. you obviously have the black crow. Ours, the hooded crow, is mainly grey.

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