Sunday, 22 August 2021

Birds Fly Over Our Backyard – Nature 10

A crow flies away

My kitchen faces backyard, so when I am cooking or just sitting, I could see many wild animals, many are birds, but some are mammals:

- variety of birds
- raccoon
- squirrels
- cats (may be belong to neighbors, but I consider wild, since I don’t know who is the owner).

Birds that always visited my backyard during spring and summer seasons are:

- cardinals
- humming birds
- wood peckers
- Mocking birds
- Crows
- blue birds


A juvenile heron in neighborhood

One day I heard the sound of crow. The sound was “rattle” on my ear, then like “click and bell.”

I approached close and closely to photo taken, but it flies suddenly. Pictures are not good enough.

Actually, crows are abundance birds in my city, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It seems that they able to adapt to the city environment.

We may find crows every where. Birds are reasonable medium size. Wing size when it open wide is around 32 to 40 inches (81 cm to 102 cm).

What do you think about crow?

# Have a great summer

12 comments:

  1. Que lindo espectáculo en tu patio. Saludos amiga.

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      Birds Fly Over Our Backyard – Nature 10
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      A crow flies away

      My kitchen faces backyard, so when I am cooking or just sitting, I could see many wild animals, many are birds, but some are mammals:

      - variety of birds
      - raccoon
      - squirrels
      - cats (may be belong to neighbors, but I consider wild, since I don’t know who is the owner).

      Birds that always visited my backyard during spring and summer seasons are:
      - cardinals
      - humming birds
      - wood peckers
      - Mocking birds
      - Crows
      - blue birds

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  2. Very nice the photo of a crow flies away
    Have a nice day

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    1. not focus photo...

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      Birds Fly Over Our Backyard – Nature 10
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      A juvenile heron in neighborhood

      One day I heard the sound of crow. The sound was “rattle” on my ear, then like “click and bell.”

      I approached close and closely to photo taken, but it flies suddenly. Pictures are not good enough.

      Actually, crows are abundance birds in my city, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It seems that they able to adapt to the city environment.

      We may find crows every where. Birds are reasonable medium size. Wing size when it open wide is around 32 to 40 inches (81 cm to 102 cm).

      What do you think about crow?

      # Have a great summer

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  3. Crows don't seem to be appreciated nowhere. They are like malign birds that come from the dark side.Black with its squawks...But anyway it's believed to be one of the most intelligent animals in the world.
    Have a nice week.

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    1. you are right....


      Birds Fly Over Our Backyard – Nature 10
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      A crow flies away

      My kitchen faces backyard, so when I am cooking or just sitting, I could see many wild animals, many are birds, but some are mammals:

      - variety of birds
      - raccoon
      - squirrels
      - cats (may be belong to neighbors, but I consider wild, since I don’t know who is the owner).

      Birds that always visited my backyard during spring and summer seasons are:
      - cardinals
      - humming birds
      - wood peckers
      - Mocking birds
      - Crows
      - blue birds

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    1. Thanks-
      Birds Fly Over Our Backyard – Nature 10
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      A juvenile heron in neighborhood

      One day I heard the sound of crow. The sound was “rattle” on my ear, then like “click and bell.”

      I approached close and closely to photo taken, but it flies suddenly. Pictures are not good enough.

      Actually, crows are abundance birds in my city, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It seems that they able to adapt to the city environment.

      We may find crows every where. Birds are reasonable medium size. Wing size when it open wide is around 32 to 40 inches (81 cm to 102 cm).

      What do you think about crow?

      # Have a great summer

      Delete
  5. Infelizmente, só conheço a sua cidade de filmes. Mas, pelo que vejo, a natureza aí parece realmente exuberante! Deve ser muito bom viver assim, em meio a ela! Meu abraço, boa semana.

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    1. Thanks-
      Birds Fly Over Our Backyard – Nature 10
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      A crow flies away

      My kitchen faces backyard, so when I am cooking or just sitting, I could see many wild animals, many are birds, but some are mammals:

      - variety of birds
      - raccoon
      - squirrels
      - cats (may be belong to neighbors, but I consider wild, since I don’t know who is the owner).

      Birds that always visited my backyard during spring and summer seasons are:
      - cardinals
      - humming birds
      - wood peckers
      - Mocking birds
      - Crows
      - blue birds

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  6. Olá, amiga!
    Os corvos são aves muito bonitas. Como aliás, são todas as aves. É fascinante, ver e ouvir ao abrir a janela, o canto dos pássaros.
    Gostei desta crónica que aqui deixaste.
    Boa semana!
    Beijinhos!

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks-
      Birds Fly Over Our Backyard – Nature 10
      -
      A juvenile heron in neighborhood

      One day I heard the sound of crow. The sound was “rattle” on my ear, then like “click and bell.”

      I approached close and closely to photo taken, but it flies suddenly. Pictures are not good enough.

      Actually, crows are abundance birds in my city, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It seems that they able to adapt to the city environment.

      We may find crows every where. Birds are reasonable medium size. Wing size when it open wide is around 32 to 40 inches (81 cm to 102 cm).

      What do you think about crow?

      # Have a great summer

      Delete

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