Suburban wildlife and scenery
A Brown Thrasher family was foraging for the little one. Momma (a feather on her right wing sticks out) did most of the work, but another adult can be seen in a few photos ruffling feathers while sitting on the fence.
I didn’t realize when I started photographing Momma Thrasher that she had a little one. Thrashers are new to our yard, only have seen them the last couple of years, so I am fascinated with how they forage. Momma actually got pretty close to me, but wasn’t threatened by my presence.
I did have to move baby to saftey from our dogs, but Momma wasn’t far away and I made sure she could find her baby. She was okay with it, although Baby Thrasher screamed and threw a fit. It didn’t understand that our dogs would eat it. Momma checked on her baby and then resumed foraging and bringing goodies back.
Hopefully, Thrasher family will do well and hang around for years to come. They are pretty cool birds.
I setup a Shutterfly Pro Gallery nearly a year ago, but only got around to actually putting photos into it tonight.
I am starting with some of my nature photographs. They include shots of the sky, landscapes, the recent ice storm, wildlife and more.
I will be adding and updating the Nature gallery periodically.
Here’s the link – http://www.shutterfly.com/pro/CreativelyMusical/nature
Thanks for checking it out!
Selects of Autumn color photos from November 2013.
Here are selects from photos I took this past weekend.
It was windy, so these aren’t as crystal clear as I was hoping for, but it is still so cool to see the lights illuminate the ice coated trees.