Hasty Brook is the loveliest place in my world. It's a little piece of heaven in northern Minnesota.
Hmmm... can't figure out how to take the IMG #'s off of the bottom.:(
Oh Lynne, those pictures are so cute! Are they taken in your backyard?
Ruthie- Thanks, they were taken a couple of weeks ago at Hasty Brook.
you got some really nice pics there :) a few days ago, i finally saw the black phoebe my mom was saying was around. same face... ours is just black and white - or so it looked, i didn't get a good picture of it... it's shy.
Really nice pictures of the Eastern Phoebe. It's been a bit slow for birds around here, just the common ones but soon we'll be getting the fall migration. Yoohoo!
Oh Lynne, those are just beautiful!
This was such a beautiful slide show of the phoebe - I especially liked the picture where he was preening his feathers!
What a lovely set of pictures. I like the slide show effect.
What a sweet little bird. Lovely slide show. I loved it.
Greaty, great, absolutely great.
Neat Phoebe pix. What's the program for creating the slide show? It's a neat way to present multiple pictures of one subject!! Keep up the good work.
After posting & asking for the slide program, I got my answer when the program asked me to sign up for new posts -- which, of course, I did. Thanks Lynne.
Red- This phoebe sat about twenty feet away and preened for quite a while. It was the best look I've ever gotten.Linda- Yep, fall migration is moving on in. I had a pair of redstarts in my yard at home today, the first I've seen here since spring.Jayne- Thank you WV birding pal!Shelley- I like the preening shots the best too.Ruth- It was fun to try something different.ncmountainwoman- Why, thank you!Richard- Thank you very kindly! I got lucky looks.Ivars- Glad you liked the slideshow. I wish I could figure out why the immage #'s showed up on the bottom.
Lynne, these pictures are wonderful! For some reason - when I look at them I keep thinking that this is a great crested flycatcher instead of a phoebe - just a gut feeling??? I am surely no expert - but it seems much more colorful than a phoebe and the tail seems longer like a flycatcher...what do you think?
Cute slideshow. I just love the eyelashes on these little guys/girls.
Those are definitely phoebes. GC Flycatchers are much bigger, have a very distinct crest, a yellow tinge to the lower half of the body and wings, and a reddish long tail. No question on the ID.
So you are into slide shows now? I love it!
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