This eagle didn’t make a clean catch of the fish. Instead, it crash landed in the water, and looked a bit annoyed.
A large collection of 130 such sculptures in the middle of desert. Location: Borrego Springs, Anza-Borrego State Park, California Sculptor: Ricardo Breceda (http://ricardobreceda.com)
A mourning dove on my deck. Although they are pretty, I am not fond of their mournful cooing sound (hence the name Mourning Dove). This seems to be a female bird since it lacks the dark black band around the neck.
Stepping out of my workplace, a coworker pointed up at the tree that was covered by a huge flock of crows. It was dark but I took the picture anyway. After an uncharacteristically warm season so far, cold wind is howling. My guess is that the birds are uneasy. Hope they find safe place toContinue reading “#011/365: A million crows.”