I am rather happy with this first capture of a Sacred Ibis, I saw In Sydney, Australia at our visit there: I named this post first, A Stork, it is in fact a Sacred Ibis I was kindly informed. So correction is in order.
my last post, for now , from Valley of fire. I thought we could do with a splash of warm orange hues, sunshine and warmth that has been in these photos. Sorry for the overload. This also works as my diary I gather my memories here. So these are smaller details, textures from this location and a bird and a lizard.
I saw this lovely bird and was also able to capture it at Butterfly world in Miami
The birds looked lovely by flying in front of the sun…
Sitting inside watching the dusk come and go from the window,birds coming for seed. fireplace warming the toes, that is Serenity. Watching the time go by…
More of Serenity at PHOTO CHALLENGE
These two things require patience, so for that reason I do not fish. I rarely take photos of birds for the same reason, this time I got lucky.
more pictures on this topic at: A Photo a Week Challenge: Patience
as I am nearsighted, I rarely see bugs, and I usually do not have the patience to photograph birds…at least small ones. These I found ( read saw….) in the nature.
This was hard, I do not often photograph creepy things,
The first is a bird skull found at our summer-house, a bird somehow gotten into our roof and died trying to get out – creepy..
A small mouse or some other rodent , well creepy?… aah!
But as a women I have to say I do not find them delightful 🙂 I nearly stepped on this when working in the field, cute here, but when in the house
Heinola bird garden was established in 1963. Heinola Town Supervisor, Anthony Bosley donated a variety of parrots to the city, and the bird nursery started. Over the years the business has expanded. Bird nursery’s mission is to take care of injured wild birds and return them to back to the nature after recovery. About 300 birds have been treated so far, but the number of lives all the time. The annual number of treated birds is approximately 200 – 250 individuals, of which about 30-40% can be returned back to the wild.
The main causes of injuries are, traffic, power lines and various types of large glass surfaces. These birds that wont survive in the wild, but are able to live independently at the shelter, remain in the nursery. . Many species, such as owls are difficult to spot in the wild
Here are few pictures I was able to take there,,,