Another photo of a Common Tern forever suspended in the air.
This photo of a distant Red-headed Woodpecker in nearby Saranac, Michigan, doesn't look much worse in this close crop than it does when I show him small. So I went with the larger image. (This bird is officially 'rare' in my area.)
Very vigilant Eastern Kingbird at Tawas Point State Park, Michigan, last Tuesday.
Your Friday Dose of Bird Beauty...
Spotted Sandpiper, Tawas Point State Park, Michigan, USA
Your bird beauty for the day. Spotted Sandpiper at Tawas Point State Park, Michigan.
Shhhh I’m not going to say it too loudly just in case but I’ve had a productive day in writing for the first time in forever and I storyboarded some of it out to try to relearn how to draw comics and it feels good
Disobedient Common Tern, Tawas City, Michigan.
“Mr. Rogers Had a Simple Set of Rules for Talking to Children”
This is a remarkable testament to his understanding of how children interpret language. And his grasp of how to phrase life lessons in a way that’s easily absorbed
There’s a lot that can still be learned from him
Beautiful Grasshopper Sparrow, Muskegon Wastewater System, West Michigan, USA. They get their name from their insect-like trill.
Look who just showed up in our yard just now. I've never seen one of these before out in 'the wild.'
Dickcissel, Muskegon Wastewater System
My name is Ozymandias, king of kings
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!
I saw these rare Eared Grebes at Muskegon Wastewater System this morning.
American Redstart warbler peeks at me through the leaves.