Cardinal male and female.
Above and below bird with the bubble gum pink legs is a Black-necked Stilt.
Above is a Northern Shoveler. Below Blue-Winged Teal.
Above Long-billed Thrasher. Right Eastern Blue bird.
Below and right the red-bellied Woodpecker or the Ladder- backed. Above Killdeer.
Above the Eastern Phoebe and below the clean up crew, Black Vultures.
Below Turkey Vulture also part of the clean-up crew
Ringed Kingfisher 16" L and 25" WS....When this bird flew by I thought it was a duck because it was so big. Shot in Fort Clark TX. What a find....NATURE IS THE ART OF GOD!
Below White-tailed Kite 15"L and 39" WS.
Red Shoulder Hawk at Cotton Wood Camp ground in Big Bend NP. Great Horned Female owl mating with male who flew to nesting tree right above our camper and hooted a lot during the night. Anyone know what these birds are to the right and below? I am stumped... the yellow front or throat elliminate the Scotts Oriole, I believe.
Above and below are the beautiful Green Jay 10.5" L and 14" WS
Above a Meadow Lark.
Golden-Fronted Woodpecker...males have the red cap on top of head. 9.5 L and 11" WS
Below Great Kiskadee.
Three pictures below are the Female Green Kingfisher 8.75" L and WS of 11"...little and cute as a button...as I shot him with the Cannon 5D Mark II, she flew towards me and sat directly in front of me on the stick....I could hardly believe it! So exciting!
Because we meet Jerry and Kit walking on the trail we were able to take their golf cart on a 4 hour ride into the 54miles of hiking trails they have here, to this location and other places. THAN-YOU JERRY AND KIT
Below Hawk ?
Any guesses what the red birds are? These and the yellow birds were shot in Dugout Wells in Big Bend NP.
Acorn Woodpecker...he was pecking at tree and then he would stop and listen for a bug, turn his head and look in the hole.
Cactus Wren singing at sun set....loudly I my add :)
Broad-billed Humming bird 3 3/4 "L
Mexican Jay above and the Tit Mouse below.
Road Runner at Big Ben Nat'l Park Rio Grand Camp.
Above ? Below and left Yellow Bellied Woodpeckers.
Above and below ?
Above Below Nut Hatch.