Those are some perty pictures, ma'am.
What a gorgeous view you have of the bluebonnets. So jealous.By his beak and eye marking, I agree that your hawk is a Red Shouldered.I hope he isn't eying up a nest of eggs.Is the Blue Heron still around? I was thinking they may decide to nest in your reed grasses along the pond?BlessYourHeart
The bluebonnets with the hawk on the fence is just gorgeous! I was so excited this week to show off my Wordless Wednesday post of birds because I knew you would appreciate it. Enjoy your weekend!Katiehttp://pinkepost.blogspot.com
Your views are incredible..and I am crazy about that third photo!
I love your bluebonnets..I always intend to plant them and always seem to think of it too late...pretty hawk...
He is looking hard for that tasty morsel moving among the bluebonnets. Bluebonnets. I need to go back to Texas in the spring.
That looks like a red tailed hawk!
Good photos of the Hawks and Blue bonnets. I don't know what kind of hawk that is.
That's right T., You can not have too many pics of Blue Bonnets. They really are pretty and what a nice back ground for a pic. Maybe for one of you drawings too?
Anything is going to look great posed in front of your fabulous field of bluebonnet flowers. I like the expression on the hawks face. What a beaut!
Theresa, I like this guy. Don't know what it is, but I like it!By the way, here's another great blog for your list: http://blog.patulrichphotography.com/
Must be hawk week :-) He's quite a handsome guy!
We love our hawks! And get so mad when the other birdies pick on them!! :(
Hi Texwisgirl I love Texas Bluebonnets! Great shot of the flower-filled pasture! I am guessing that your hawk may be a Cooper's Hawk but I am not too certain of that. The Cooper's Hawk has that coloring and is a smaller hawk. Cooper's Hawks hunt songbirds. Have a wonderful Friday and enjoy those beautiful Bluebonnets!
A fine series. I would love to see a field of bluebonnets in person...never had that pleasure...yet! :-)
Really, really beautiful!
Those bluebonnets are beautiful!!
Beautiful bird -- you sure get birds where you are. It snowed last night here and is very cold this morning. I worry about the meadow larks. I saw a pair when I walked the dogs, but last year they took off after a late snow.--Inger
BEAUTIFUL. That's all I have to say. Just BEAUTIFUL.
Very nice photo, T. Great that he posed for you! FYI -- the hubby bought 10 more of those solar birdfeeders for me today -- he made a deal with the farm store owner. Good grief! :)
The only thing better than a field of bluebonnets is half a dozen grandchildren posing in the field with them. (We just came home from Brenham where we admired bluebonnets and grandchildren.) You are so lucky to have these best-of-all wildflowers in your view!I just found your blog--I'll be back!Kay
Love that last photo! Well, I like the hawk, too, but that last would make a nice painting.
do they have red shouldered hawks down there?http://identify.whatbird.com/obj/40/_/Red-shouldered_Hawk.aspxThey say they like water and woods..and yours has red shoulders for sure!!!
Wow, a hawk:)) It's beautiful and so it's the landscape around where you live. I would like the possibility ti send over some rain to you, and you could send over warmer weather and sunshine to me:)))Well, springweather today is rain, but sun is expected:))Thanks for your nice comments in my blog. I appreciate it:)Wishing you a nice weekend with some rain:)Greetings from,Berit.
You're right about doing justice to the bluebonnets. I actually laid down in the middle of mine just to get up close and personal!
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