Because I love to birdwatch...
and along the way I see many other things...
and learn more about our universe every day...
That is a neat bird, i have never seen one of these before either. they are beautiful and elegant
This one is more roseate than here sandy
WOW! That's a first for me. Looks like someone's been messing with a flamingo!
Nice colours on that bird! It's probably a girl ;-)
A unique one! Never seen it personally yet, so thanks for sharing!
Oh my goodness! They sure do have bills that resemble spoons. Very cool!
What an unusual creature! I love the pink feathers.Great shots!
Kayleen: What a neat bird, it is nice you got is fishing.
What a unique bird! I love it! You say it's here in Texas? Where?? I've never seen it before.Very cool.
That is one amazing bird! And you photographed it beautifully. What a lovely pink color in the feathers. By the way, your little beagle is so sweet. My fiance loves beagles and is always trying to talk me into getting one.
Really unusualy bird. Envious of your images,always wanted to see these.
How wonderful for you! I saw my first one at Ding Darling NWR on Sanibel Island in FL!
Great shots! That's an interesting looking bird. I've never seen one before.Thanks for visiting my other blog.
WOW !!! Never seen one of those before. What a colourful and interesting looking bird!
After reading your post, I had to smile at the thought of the spoonbill being an unusual sight.I grew up (mostly) on the Texas Gulf Coast and could find spoonbills within minutes of my house.Now the towhee you mentioned... that's an unfamiliar sight to me. :)I never realized how fortunate I was living South Texas in terms of bird-watching until I left.And, now, I'm in Lincoln, too, so maybe I'll get to see the unfamiliar.
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