The letter 'B' was easy except that I had to choose which
pictures to post and which to leave.
The first three photos are by Ruth,
the remaining ones are Jake's work.
Bird number one is a common one here in summer,
the Blue Winged Teal can be seen on most lakes and water ways.
A summer would not be complete without this charming little guy.
the Black-and-white Warbler.
This birds name is easy to remember,just look at the color of the bird.
These birds are so often in flight that it was a treat to have one pose like this. Here is a bird that is always a thrill to see. The Bald Eagle,perhaps the most well recognized bird of all.
The Blackburnian Warbler is so bright and colorful.
The little bird with a black cap is none other than a Blackpoll Warbler. I enjoy most of the birds,but this one is among my favorites.
The flash of color from a male Baltimore Oriole is what I wait for each spring.
We have had as many as 14 of the Orioles in one tree feeding on oranges,
what a sight.Some people refer to this bird as the 'skunk' bird. I prefer it's real name of Bobolink. They prefer open grasslands for nesting. A belted Kingfisher is a bird you won't forget once you see and hear it. The bad hair day is normal,and they have a chatter call in flight. Take time to enjoy God's created world.