Monday, June 8, 2009

My Weekly Bird ABC

'T' is for Tennessee,Tree and Turkey.
The small Tennessee Warbler is sitting pretty on top of some Apricot blossoms. A Tree Swallow is one of the more trusting birds I have encountered.
They will allow you to get very close even when they are sitting on eggs. From the small to the large,this Turkey Vulture has a wingspan of 6ft. This is not the most beautiful bird around.
Here is another view of the Tennessee Warbler.
And yet another Turkey Vulture soaring in the sky.
You can learn great deal about God by studying His creation.


Betsy Banks Adams said...

Thanks Ruth... Wonder if the Tennessee Warbler is IN Tennessee. I've never seen one ---but they 'may' be around.

Thanks for sharing your "T" birds.

Kerri Farley said...

That Warbler is a new one for me.
Lovely photos Ruth!

Montanagirl said...

I have never seen a Tennessee Warbler. Beautiful! I like photographing Turkey Vultures too! Nice photos, Ruth.

April said...

Another great series! I really like the warblers - they are one of my favourites.

jalynn01 said...

Love all your Terrific T birds. especially the Tree Swallow, Love the blue and white and how sleek they look!

George said...

It was very nice of you to start this post with 'Tennessee'! I have to admit that I'm not sure that I've seen a Tennessee Warbler, but I will definitely keep my eyes open for one. Thanks for another great post in this series.

Leedra said...

Turkey vulture isn't much to look at up close, but I think they are beautiful soaring in the sky.

Mary said...

Great that Tree Swallow. So pretty. We saw a lot of those vultures this week while in OHio.

Peggy said...

Loved that last shot of the vulture with the background! Wow!