Two suburbanite boomers throw caution to the wind, postpone retirement, and move to a farm in Indiana. There they intend to live happily ever after.
Would you rather be the intelligent bird or the one with the talons? I always ask myself that question. Really great photos for Nature Notes... Thanks for your good wishes Vicki....Michelle
How gorgeous..my heart is captured with these photos.I adore both cwinged-reatures...beautiful!! Lucky gal..rock on!!
What a great picture of those two birds. I imagine you suddenly got very busy with your camera before they flew away! The hawk is beautiful.Grethe
Michelle, I'd rather be the clever bird, preferably one that lives on seeds.(I spared you the set of guts-and-gore shots here.) ;-)Kiki thanks. I have a love/hate thing going with hawks and crows. Thyra, I just about filled up my memory card in 5 minutes. That hawk is beautiful, though terrible as well.
Love the little tale. And the imposed words of the birds! What are they thinking indeed.
I love the community in this shot - one patiently waiting for dinner, the other providing it.
Great shots! Crows are nothing if not opportunistic, but I reckon that's just another way of say intelligent.
Great capture. Very unique. Lucky you.
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