A day spent at the valley during spring raptor migration can yield all kinds of surprises.
This trio of Canada Geese came by in perfect formation.They must have known that I wanted to get a good picture,just look at that perfect spacing.
Later that same day,while watching the sky for raptors,this pair of Great Blue Herons flew over.It is not unusual to see one of these at a time,but to have two come over together is a real treat.
If for a moment there are no birds to photograph,my eyes catch the soft light of the moon in the daytime.
How does it feel to soar in the sky like this? Sometimes,I find myself wondering about that. It looks so effortless and graceful.This Red-tailed Hawk's wings have highlighted edges,thanks to the warm sunlight.
Another Red-tailed Hawk.These are magnificent birds,and we see so many of them each year.It is not uncommon to see between 1500-2000 Red-tails pass through the valley on any given day,and each bird is a beautiful sight to see.
As humans we worry and fret about so many things,but God tells us in His word that He will take care of us.
Look at the birds of the air;they do not sow or reap or store away in barns,
And yet your Heavenly Father feeds them.
Are you not much more valuable than they?