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P1650790 CATTLE EGRET ANDEAN RUG

Alisa’s theme this week is Birds!  I smiled when I read her post,  and I knew there were a few worthy shots from the thousands of images on my computer! Before pushing off from Point C to return to B and finally home to A, I present to you a collection of bird images from the middle of the world!

Save our Mangroves, Please!

Save our Mangroves, Please!

My Neighbors

My Neighbors in the mangroves

SNOWY EGRET Y LITTLE BLUE HERON

This one swam over and visited for several days in a row!

This pelican swam over and visited for several days in a row!

P1480820 FRIGATESOARS up

Those frigates are pretty magnificent!

P1480823 FRIGATE 2

0 frigates P1470132

P1480846 fly frigate fly

Catch me if you can!

Catch me if you can!

NIGHT HERON P1470104 CORMORANTS Y VULTURE

Night heron, cormorants and vultures

vulture P1460879

P1800367 vulture saluteds the sky

mangroves in question FLY AWAY vulture 2 P1400853

the binoculars brought these sunset ibis a bit closer!

the binoculars brought these sunset ibis a bit closer!

croaking ground dove - yes, it croaks!

croaking ground dove – yes, it croaks!

vermilion flycatcher

vermilion flycatcher

This baby bird appeared in the house - unfortunately it died that night.

This baby bird appeared in the house – unfortunately it died that night.

From the mangroves to the cloud forest, the climate changes, as does the selection of feathered friends.

P1830971 CUTE BLUE WHITE HUMMINGBIRD

Remember - Be Kind!

P1830754 HUMMINGBIRD

Remember that the Audubon Annual Bird Count stretches from December into January.  If you don’t have timeout for art, maybey ou have timeout to see how many birds are outside your window!   There will surely be many great posts of birds soaring from 2013 into 2014 thanks to Ailsa’s theme for this week!  See here great selection of images, especially the fun finale HERE.

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