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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Dining for Two - Wild Bird Wednesday


Everglades, Florida

Several commented on the Roseate Spoonbill alongside the Wood Stork using his wing as a sunshade in last week's Wild Bird Post.  Here are more of the dining couple.



And this one would rather dine alone.

Who me?

Whatever...

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20 comments:

  1. Two beautiful looking birds. Great shot.

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  2. Hi, Rosie!




    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^= . <3

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  3. Cool bird!! I would love to see some for myself.

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  4. Interesting looking birds and great photos! I like the red and pink coloring.

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  5. Great bird shots in their natural habitat. I like to see this.

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  6. That red is very red the one bird has. Amazing how nature can give them such colours.

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  7. Someday I want to see and photograph these birds!

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  8. the stork and spoonbill bring their own utensils to dinner. :)

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  9. I've never seen the spoonbill in a picture before. It is really a lovely colored bird.

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  10. I thought those spoon nosed dinosaurs were extinct! AMAZING!

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  11. i love the pink. great for the month of October. ( :

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  12. The roseate spoonbill is such an interesting bird that I can sit there and observe it for hours. Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos.

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  13. They are awesome birds, I wish they were here.. Great shots of the Spoonbills and the Wood Storks..

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  14. Wonderfully unusual and dynamic duo. I loved the photos....:)

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  15. Both are so lovely! I particularly like the picture of the single spoonbill looking a little "startled." Great shots!

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  16. I'm not much of a birder but that roseate spoonbill looks pretty special.

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  17. The Roseate Spoonbill is adorably pretty.
    Great find, John.
    Peace :)

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