Birds Today, Spring is Finally Here

Or so it seems today. We just had 6″ of snow yesterday though. It will be 70° F tomorrow and the flowers in my garden will be happy again.

I wonder what these birds think about the weather. There are mating pairs at this location. Nest building is happening too.

The Great Blue Heron flew right above my head.

This Snowy Owl had a broken wing and has been rehabilitated. She has been in this spot for a week so far.

Both the Osprey and the Kingfisher were in the same tree. One at the top, the other at the bottom.

The Tree Swallow was one of many. I rarely ever see them sit still. I have not been out much lately due to the rainy, cold weather. I did shoot the Snowy Owl in the rain. Is weather hampering your birding?

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10 Responses to Birds Today, Spring is Finally Here

  1. You got more snow than we did. It’s spring– If you don’t like the weather, wait ten minutes. Spectacular shots!

  2. Sue says:

    That tree swallow is a very pretty bird. Surprised to hear you still have snow in spring! Although to be fair, our autumn down here was still feeling like a hot summer until last week.

  3. aussiebirder says:

    Beautiful pics Donna!

  4. Tiny says:

    Lovely captures, Donna! Love the “GBH plane” overhead 🙂

  5. By now I’m convinced that you speak their language! 😉 Beautiful captures, my dear friend! 🙂

  6. What a joy to view this diverse range of wonderful avian visitors. Such gorgeous photos – thanks for sharing your bounty, Donna!

  7. What a joy it is to get outdoors now. The world is alive! Loved your photos.

  8. Brian Comeau says:

    Wow! These are awesome!

  9. Stunning captures, Donna. The Snowy Owl is gorgeous. Hope its wing gets better soon.

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