I'm glad you enjoyed the new pics, Maggie. I just haven't had the time or the heart to post pics like I used to. Maybe I'll get back to the picture taking after the holidays.Terry, thanks for the pictures. I have been missing them! Loved the "scenic" one especially where the waterfowl are running for food and pigeons flying in overhead. That was pretty cute too where the waterfowl is running to the people on the bench.
I hadn't thought of that, Margaret! YIKES! Of course if George wanted this little one, I would surely let him have the youngster once it's self feeding.That baby Peeps is definitely a looker. Watch out, George will want that one for his recessive red program. What a beautiful color.
Thanks, Terri! Your "eagle eye" seems to have caught the details as usual! Thanks for looking!Love the green eye shadow on the American Wigeon! They have such interesting feathers.
Nice to see all the birds enjoying the sun! (Mmmm, sun, warm....I vaguely remember that!)
What an elegant bill/beak on that injured American Coot. Interesting close-up of his foot.
Pierre has really intricate markings on his wings - could make for some cute babies.
Baby Peeps has beautiful deep color. Should be gorgeous as an adult!
How wonderful to have such an easy " rehab baby." Can't wait to see a big bird pic of him/her. Are you going to keep him/her?Baby Peeps started eating on his/her own two days ago .. what a smart little pij this one is! Also drinking well on his/her own .. I just ADORE this little bird! It's a beauty and the "weaning" went so easy .. the baby just figured it all out on its own.