Typical green heron. He was not paying attention to me.
Not so typical american bittern. They only visit in the winter and are usually really hard to find. Several other people were watching this one already.
Typical little blue heron with a frog for breakfast.
Typical blue wing teal. These are common here in the winter.
They were trying to sleep.
I think this is a savannah sparrow. Not that typical but not rare.
The very typical black bellied whistling ducks. Looking cute as ever.
Coming in for a landing.
Not typical, my first virginia rail. He was being very allusive hiding in the reeds.
Not a typical bird but a typical squirrel eating. Look at his little fingers holding that snack.
Things were quiet on this late January walk around Circle B Bar Reserve.
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I love the image of the duck coming into land…. great movement shot
Love seeing the greenie!! Nice frog for the LBH too!
An amazing group of photos. WOW!
The bird photos are wonderful… but there is something quite endearing about the squirrel:-)
Gorgeous close ups but the jolly squirrel steals the show for me!!
Beautiful series of photos.
a great goofy landing shot of the whistler. 🙂 great sightings on the rail and bittern, too!
You just never know what you’ll find at the Circle B! Great series showing a bit of the diversity out there. Splendid photographs, Dina!
Wonderful serie, great work!
I will take your typical birds any day. And I only WISH I could take your typical pictures ;>) Also wish I lived closer to Circle B.
Dina, your photos are beautiful! I am going to have my coffee in the morning sitting here looking at your posts! The heron with the frog is really amazing!
Fabulous shots, love the bittern, and of course the squirrel!