March 31, 2018

Birds and a Llama

Some say robins are a sign of spring but we see them year-round. I like the way they look.

I'm sharing this one with Weekend Green and the entire post with Saturday Critters and I'd Rather Be Birdin'. 


When we were driving near Gaffia Lodge last week, I spotted this llama on a farm. 



The red-bellied woodpecker perches and hangs on to things so expertly, but when he stands on a hard surface, he looks a bit awkward. I suppose he's designed for perching.

I think the wind was ruffling his feathers a little. The Canada Goose in the next picture was a bit wind-ruffled too.

And last of all, we have a little junco.


12 comments:

  1. Hello, beautiful birds, I love the woodpecker. The llama is cute too, he/she is looking at you. Great pose. Happy Easter to you and your family! Thank you for linking up your post. Happy Sunday, Enjoy your day and new week ahead!

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  2. Love the Junco image! And yes...the Robin, to me, is a sure sign of Spring!!

    Hi! I'm back from my cruise to Jamaica and wanted to stop by and thank you for visiting I'd Rather B Birdin' in my absence. Have a great day! Hope to see you soon.

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  3. Great pics of the woodpecker. Cute Junco. Love Robins. To me they signal spring has sprung. Happy Easter.

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  4. Great photos of the woodpeckers!
    Always interesting to see Llamas
    Happy Easter!

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  5. Great series of bird pictures featuring a variety of families.

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  6. Wonderful selection of bird photos. I love the Llama, they are so cool.

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  7. Great critter photos. I enjoyed these.

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  8. I haven't seen a robin yet, but that doesn't mean they haven't returned.

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  9. I am already missing my birds ... we had to take down our feeders this week since bears are starting to emerge from dens and we don't need them to think our neighborhood is a supermarket!

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  10. We only have them in winter if it is late, or mild.
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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