Baby moorhens at different ages. All born this spring.
A juvenile green heron across the marsh. He still had the baby white fuzz on his head and tail. He was unsteady walking around on that branch.
Daddy cardinal was feeding his baby a chewed on green caterpillar. Yum!
A few of the babies at Circle B Bar Reserve in late June. My last trip for the summer was a hot one. I didn’t see as many babies as I had hoped. I was a little late for the early spring babies. Baby hawks and sandhill cranes were already grown up and gone. The above were still good to stumble upon.
Always lovely to see the young ones.
Adorable shots! So cute when they’re almost all grown. 🙂
Babies are so sweetly awkward and gawky, and who can resist a chewed-upon caterpillar?
Great shots as always, Dina.
Just marvelous, everyone one of your images shares, beautiful work!
Fantastic photos! I particularly enjoyed the feeding by the daddy Cardinal.
Have a Great Day!