The little birds in this case were found at John Chestnut Park the other day. I had been to Anderson Park across the lake for the sunrise, and thought that a stop across the lake was probably a good idea also. I had seen lots of little birds there in the past, but I saw seeds that someone had left on the railings and that’s what had the birds coming out of the foliage and into the light for photos. I was a little disappointed because there were no seeds, and no little birds at first. Then suddenly they were flitting everywhere. The little bird above is a Yellow-rumped warbler. I know this because my Merlin app told me. And here we have a Blue-gray Gnat Catcher.The little Palm warbler was hard to catch in a photo.And I thought the Yellow-throated warbler was kind of flashy.
It was a pretty morning, nice to see after a few days of rainy weather.
As I drove to the park I remembered the deer I’d seen the last time, and hoped I’d see one again. I didn’t expect to see an entire herd of deer as I drove into the park. They weren’t shy, well, the females and young ones weren’t shy. The handsome one with antlers glowing in the light was gone in a flash. I’ll look for him next time…
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Very nice photos of the “littles”. Great colors and of course I just love seeing deer. Happy sunny day for you!
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Should be 75 and sunny today!