2016-09-03

Autumn gathering

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Coots taking off



Grey Heron, Great Cormorant  and a gull 
© NF Photo 160831, Tornstugan, Näsnaren

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17 comments:

  1. Great birds and lovely photos. The last two photos are my favorite. Happy weekend!

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  2. I love how there are multiple species in the last photo. That's a great image. And look at the coots...so many of them at once.

    Again, I send along my thanks.

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  3. Don't those coots make it look like fun! Wonderful photos! Love the splashing water...makes me feel like I was there!

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  4. Hello again!:) Fantastic images, but I like the last one the best, the three birds look as though they are watching the coots taking off!:))

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  5. Yes, it is that time of year. The birds start to gather into their flocks so they can protect and warm each other and/or fly south to the warm weather. We have the same happening here. I see great V's of Geese in the sky, the ducks are all gathering and my blackbirds are all gone ... off somewhere with a group I am sure. These are lovely pictures. We don't get Coots here except to pass through on migration ... so maybe we will see some soon. Hope all is well with you. I am still mourning the absence of your Memes, but glad I can still find you out and about :)

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  6. Oh how beautiful. I especially enjoyed the first image.

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  7. I love that first shot!

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  8. Loving the water birds! Nice flight takeoff by that raft of coots!

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  9. I love the wildlife you capture in your part of the world! It's so fascinating that you have such a variety of critters and you photograph them so well.

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  10. Your bird friends are talking about heading down here. We live in a place birds love to visit in the winter.

    Here's my Wordless Wednesday: Pilgrimage!

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  11. I can understand how some people are passionate about bird watching. Each species has it's own characteristics. It is interesting how they peacefully co-exist even when hunting from the same food source. I really like the action of the first image. Have blessed day.

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  12. Lovely photos. We are avid birdwatchers here. Looking forward to having our winter residents back. :)

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  13. Whoa !!! The first shot took my breath away.

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