oh, sometimes, I get such a different point of view…..
such as this great blue heron flying directly over my friend and I
black and white photos are the best for displaying life’s variety
Wildlife Information for all of you:
The NC Wildlife Resources Commission, on their Facebook page, has in the last couple of days put up a new series of 12 postings that give an overview of the different aspects of prescribed burns and the reasons behind the use of these burns here in NC. There is a lot of information there – especially in the paper authored by NC State University. I am pleased to see this outreach from the NC WRC. I hope you have a chance to go to their Facebook page and learn more about prescribed burns, ask questions, make comments and be part of the dialogue. Their Facebook page is at http://<a href=”https://www.facebook.com/ncwildliferesourcescommission/” rel=”nofollow”>www.facebook.com/ncwildliferesourcescommission/</a>
The photo is bald eagle fledgling Big Chick of the H&G nest this year.
Big Chick wants to be fed.
She does not want to have to go get her toes wet by fishing.
Fledgling bald eagles are demanding!
Near the end of the video you can hear her high pitched begging.
see the video at https://flic.kr/p/Ks9XPf
Come warm weather there are certain birds I listen for –
and sometimes spend most of the summer trying to see!
My friend taught me to hear the cuck cuck cuck of the yellow-billed cuckoo.
These birds are secretive and hearing them helps me to find them.
It is unusual for me to catch one flying well out in the open.