What a great capture! Hope the bunny escaped.
Which way did he go?
the birds are very pretty, love those long tails! We still don't have any of these at home. Guess you're not homesick at all...
We don't have them here either. But I am always fascinated by them when we go west. They are frequent visitors to picnic areas and the like. This pair also tried to peck their way in the cabin windows and into the mirror on a bike parked nearby. Was fun to watch their antics. Actually I wouldn't mind skipping mud season in WI when we start thawing out. But spring is coming.....
Mud season, eh? Maybe it is time for a little vacation. Wouldn't it be grand to get away from all the responsibilities for a little while. Ah, well, back to work...
I have euro-magpiesw nesting in woode are just behind my house, they chatter all day, harrassing the small birds, but the Jackdaws mob them constantly, it's better than going to a circus!
Awww!, nuthin' BUGS me more than pesky Maaagpies!
jean~ge Truly, that is what happens in the spring when the frost starts coming out of the ground after being frozen several feet in the winter. Believe it or not March was the month I first came to Wisconsin to live - the ugliest month of the year. But everyone is so happy to see the warm weather it passes hardly noticed. I am always ready for vacation - a car and a Canon strapped on the hood for photos - or so my first boss accused me. But alas, work and responsibility calls....
trikermike I can believe it - magpies seem to provide a mini circus where ever they are.
I am sure that is exactly the sentiment of the rabbit. Probably another reason while a mere photographer was totally ignored.
Wow! pretty birds! What I would do just to see one of these! :)
Greetings from Augusta, GA
Liam plan a trip out west and you will see them for sure. I love them although I guess they are a bit of a pest when you live with them.
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