Thursday, December 6, 2007

Birds of Bay Hill

Tree Swallows
I promised Brenda Holliman photos of birds, and then I thought....."why not put them on the blog for all to see?" Do you have some neat-o Bay Hill Birding (or anything) photos that you would like to share with the Conservancy? Send them to me (Debi) and I'll put them on! These are just a few of my bird pictures, and I confess not all of these are "common." The White Pelicans, Tree Swallows and Ring-Necked Seagulls were among many anamolies this birding year. The seagulls may be common actually, but I took this picture that weekend of a Million Gulls.
Carroll Adams has fantastic photos of the White Pelicans AND Bald Eagles, as they basically camped outside her front door and she was very close. I'll post her pictures next, if she grants permission. However, they are OUTSTANDING! Enjoy and send pictures!

Cardinal

Great Blue Heron

Ring-Billed Seagulls

Bluebird

Common Loon

Red Breasted Mergansers

White Pelicans and Cormorants

2 comments:

Daniel Spurgeon said...

Great photo of the Mergansers. I have yet to add them to my birding list. My birding list is at about 120; it would have been nice to see them! :)

Daniel Spurgeon said...

Hi Debi, the Tree Swallows were back yesterday! There were at least 30 of them on the powerline that runs along the road in front of the house. Very pretty birds. Sebastian, Sven, and I plan on being at the birding meeting tomorrow. We're looking forward to it! Thanks for all!