Saturday, October 1, 2022

A PLEASANT FALL MORNING

       I finally got to go out with the birding group this morning. I can't take bird photos but I can get some scenery. There's much more color than a couple of weeks ago. 

      We also saw lots of birds. we saw 32 species. The yellow rumped warbler we saw should be out of here. There were many robins. 

















39 comments:

  1. Love the river views! Linda in Kansas

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  2. Beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing!đź’–

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  3. Hi Red

    Been a long time. Trying to get back on here. Autumn has started here too. Beautiful colours to be seen. Hope you are well.

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    1. The mixture of spruce and poplar is quite a contrast

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  5. Nice to see. I am still stuck indoors, but have begin to post older autumn photos to Flickr. I would have already posted them here in the past.

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    1. Tough to be in jail at this time in the fall. Have a rapid recovery.

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  6. Just beautiful, Red. Thank you!

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    1. Lots of contrast with green and yellow.

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  7. What a beautiful fall day there for bird watching.

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  8. That looks lovely, Red! Glad you had a good day with your birds and fall colors!

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  9. I'm glad you got out for a walk and some autumnal scenery!

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    1. I haven't been out with the birders since May.

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  10. It must have been wonderful walking through all that gold!

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    1. We were up on top of the bank so we had a good view of the other side of the river.

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  11. Beautiful photos and scenery, Red. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. That river would really draw in a lot of birds. Fun to go out and watch for birds.

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    1. There should be lots of birds but not so.

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  13. Nothing like a birding walk with a group of interested naturalists.

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    1. We have an excellent leader. There are many good apps now. Most birds are picked up on some one's app.

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  14. My grand daughter and I were walking around a pond and came upon an egret. She really wanted to get close to it. We moved slowly, and it walked slowly, keeping an eye on us but not flying off. She was thrilled.

    I cannot believe how quickly the colors changed here in just the matter of a week.

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    1. My mother was the one who got me interested in birds when we crept up to a slough, looked through the willows and I saw a mallard drake. I've never forgotten that experience.

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  15. Nice photos! This time of year is always so scenic.

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    1. There are some very brilliant colors.

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  16. Very fallish. We're getting the remnants of Ian, and it's not fallish at all. Just wet and gray and chilly.

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  17. Robins!! Good for you! We had one nesting pair near us this summer. You are getting some color!

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  18. What fun and 32 species? That's a great number to see. Enjoyed your photos, beautiful scenery!

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  19. These lovely pictures herald another winter... but not quite as harsh as it must have been on the prairie at Esk or up in the Arctic.

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  20. The scenic views are beautiful, I love the trees and river. Take care, enjoy your day!

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  21. oh these river shots are breathtakingly awesome ,thank you for shring the beauty of your surroundings ,glad you enjoyed wonderful walk

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  22. I'm so happy you had a wonderful fall day to enjoy all the birds you saw. What a beautiful area!

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