Duck Duck Goose......and a Heron

 Mallards
Canadian Geese -  Bottoms up!
Great Blue Heron

40 comments:

  1. lovely pond critters! wish i could get some canada geese to stop here (for a little while!)

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  2. Nice to see the birds enjoying themselves in the water!

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  3. Nice score to see so much wildlife all in the same spot!! LOVED the third one!!

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  4. Lovely variety, the heron is regal, no matter how he stands, and every time I see Canadian Geese I think of the movie " Fly Away Home" I could watch that over and over again. Jean.

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  5. Fun title and very nice shots of all these birds. I love seeing Herons.

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  6. Anything in or near the water I love.... Michelle

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  7. I really enjoy your pictures of the livestock you have so near to your place. Having even a small-ish body of water is a natural attraction for birds, a kind of "bird-magnet." Happy hunting!

    Blessings and Bear hugs!

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  8. Great wildlife shots. The Blue Heron is such an elegant creature.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  9. Geese and mallards are such silly birds. Never, though, the Great Blue Heron. Never! :-)

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  10. had not thought of duck, duck goose in years... we have a Great blue heron that fishes in a pond that we pass every time we leave home, he stands on a hummock to fish. it is rare he is not there... the pond is maybe 100 x 100 feet and we can't figure why he is aways there....

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  11. Love these pretty photos, Terri. Wishing you a great weekend. Mildred

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  12. Terri, it's Pix Under the Oaks. I was Rural Rambler in a past life.. :)

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  13. Love the Blue Heron ~ except for the
    day one flew up out of the bog ditch next to us and startled my cart pony Tink while I was driving her on the bog trail in the cart ~ oh my that was NOT a fun day !

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  14. Just gorgeous...I love the light in that first shot!

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  15. Now that's a memory stimulation. There were so many games we used to play back in the day. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Lucky you to witness such a honking good time in the pond. Do they know duck season is here?

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  17. Bottoms up indeed!! That's what they do.
    Great shots. #3 is quite calming.

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  18. Super!!! Not only are your photos perfect but your post title is 'da bomb'!!! Gotta love that.

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  19. Beautiful creatures. Aren't we blessed!

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  20. Beautiful captures! I love the wildlife near ponds and lakes!

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  21. Lovely bird photos!
    There is a Great Blue Heron near us, but it is so shy - very difficult to get a photo.
    Have a great week-end!
    Lea

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  22. Lovely wildlife photography ~ Love the heron!

    Happy Weekend to you,
    artmusedog and carol
    www.acreativeharbor.com

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  23. Love to see the birds swimming around on the pond. Fun shots!

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  24. I can almost smell the air and hear the birds

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  25. Your pictures are always very touching! No words needed. The pictures tell a story.

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  26. wow, you got some great close - ups ... nice!! ( :

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  27. Beautiful shots! I could sit and watch scenes like these all day long. Thanks for sharing!
    ~Jess

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  28. Hi There, GREAT pictures of your 'critters'.... Love your captions.... "Duck Duck Goose" reminded me of when my sons were little and played that in their Mother's Day Out... SO many great memories --and OH--so long ago...
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  29. I visit a rookery for herons nearby and there are over 30 nests. I try to get close in the water in my kayaks.

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  30. I love the blue heron! Such a great capture. I have never seen one in person--would love to.

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  31. What beautiful photos. I love Canadian geese. I hope you have a beautiful Monday :)

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