wonders of the pictures are loved creation.
A lagoa é um lugar muito lindo.Ótimas fotos. Eles são lindos.Boa semana!Beijinhos do Brasil.°º✿✿¸.•°✿⊱╮╮
Love the one with mom and little one. Gracias, TexWisGirl, for sharing and reminding us the beauty of life that we co-exist with on this planet.Gracias mi amiga
I recently snapped a white ibis at the waterfront pier in Charleston...stood stock still for quite awhile and it was beautiful. I didn't get a sequence of photos as you did here. Lovely.
White Ibis? lovely bird.Tex your pictures are greatI send greetings.Lucia
Always great photos . . . I liked the White Flight shot . . . with the legs dangling under . . . skinny little legs can dangle like that when you fly . . .
Lubię bardzo te ptaki i ich zakrzywione dzioby. Miłego dnia zyczę.I really like these birds and their curved beaks. Have a nice day request.
Hard to pick out a favorite...They are all great.
Those were great close-ups of two beautiful ibises. I had no idea that Texas was so blessed eith such a diversity of birds. Your pictures are the tops!
I had to scroll up and down a few times - these birds must be a lot of fun to watch.
I agree with Evil Pop Tart, you are blessed with a wide variety of birds. The pictures are really nice.
I wonder sometimes how these bigger birds even get off the ground- great shots!
Magnificent bird, I like the one where he's lifting off...great capture.
I love that tree they're on!
The white Ibis is such an elegant bird. Will baby also turn white , when he grows.!I have the white egret in my garden.. known as the tick bird. are these birds related Tex.great photos.. as always stunning.val
What a stunning birds to see... I will never see one of those in my garden.
Beautiful series! Adore lifting off!
Junior is such a cutie!
So many sweet poses. Lift off is awesome, as is parent and child in the tree. What a fun photoshoot and amazing opportunity!
HI Teresa...Great shot's..love the third, and seventh, but they all make me laugh just seeing them go about on the dead tree!!Love your llama post pretty cute, but I have been around them and boy they can intimation you lol!!Grace
Dearest Theresa,Lovey shots of ibis♡♡♡I'm not sure I've mentioned this before; I think many Japanese may think ibis would be our national bird as it is the very bird symbolize Japan. (hehe, I had been for long time) Ours are almost dying out. And I had thought they all have orange face and long black beak p;) Pity I've never seen them.This page surprised me with its variety (not sure you can open it or not; pasting just in case)http://image.search.yahoo.co.jp/search?ei=UTF-8&fr=top_ga1_sa&p=%E3%83%88%E3%82%ADOur national bird is 'Japanese pheasant'. Yours is sure brave one☆☆☆ Night Night from Japan.Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan to my American photographer friend, xoxo Miyako*
I like the one that says Jr is up there to and the last three makes me laugh, looks like walking the plank in a pirate ship
Pretty pics. The lift off is cute as can be!
Amazing pictures. Of course this is a bird I don't get to see here,so I really enjoy your images.Have a wonderful day.
Amazing images of these wonderful birds.
This series makes me aware to look out for them. Unmistakeable with their orange beak.
Junier is well camouflaged in your old dead tree, but it makes an amazing perch for showing off mother.
I couldn't help but smile with the lift off shot; those little skinny legs dangling in the air.....These are awesome shots. You share wildlife that many of us would never see otherwise....Thank you...
What a great post. Really like the seeing the young and the old. Thanks T.
They are ballerinas! And the white of the older is so striking!
Awesome! I love this series.
Gorgeous!I saw our lone Road Runner yesterday but was not fast enough with the camera. I'm hoping we have a pair but have only seen one at a time.
This is a great series, Theresa. My favorite is #4, the full-body shot of the adult on the dead tree.
Oh, they are pretty! I am getting quite fond of them, thanks to you! :-)
For all the beak,legs and neck there's not much bird. They are very attractive birds and their movement is different than most other birds.
We think they are quite comical. Have a super Sunday.Best wishes Molly
Such a glorious spot for them!
Beautiful bird and nicely captured! White Ibis is not seen here. Thanks for sharing.
Great shots of the Ibis. I have never seen a juvenile before and the only time I have ever seen them are on vacations.
Morning, so so beautiful, how lucky are you to enjoy these birds at the pond, Francine.
I love,love,love the fourth picture! Did you notice how the shadow of his beak goes right down his chest?! So cool. Love it all ~ ~ 'love & hugs from afar'
What a beautiful bird. You are blessed to have your very own sanctuary.
do you stock your pond? beautiful birds.
A remarkable bird series. That bird's beak is a special instrument. I wonder how they use it. Looks like they could catch fish with it. Nice series.
Such silly birds.
Funky lookin' bird strutting his stuff..
A lovely serie of photos!Well done!
thank you for the suggestion to link up to the bird get together. have a great sunday. ( :
Admire your shots here. Great series indeed.Thanks for dropping by :)www.1sthappyfamily.com
Great sequence!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
These are super shots, Theresa!! You must have been fairly close to them. (I'm jealous...teehee).
I hope they return! Awesome birds!
Aren't birds wonderful? He's a cute one, and you got some really great shots of him!!!
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All of them are great shots but that one you took of the adult Ibis taking off is just incredible. That tiny bit of both feet being off the ground is just incredible.
Great captures and I do love that LONG bill!!
I do love their grace. Such nice visitors. It must warm your heart.
Boy! If I lived where you do, I'd need a Petersen's guide always at hand. :-)
What a graceful lift off! Love all of these. :)
Beautiful birds and great photos! So fascinating that you have them in your garden :))
Wap, Wap and then they are gone.............. Great Photos!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
Beautiful series of photos, much I like it.Greetings.
Very stately birds. I have never seen anything similar. It's a pelican bird, we do not have them here. In southern Sweden, a similar bird called stork.
Really nice to see TexWisGirl and even in the wild.We can see the Ibis only in zoos and a few ker a black ibis in nature. I've never seen this myself but here with you I look even 2. Very special to see :-)
Such interesting and pretty looking birds!
they got some big ol beaks =0
Very nice! Although I know these pics come from North Texas, they give the feel of the Coastal Plains along the Gulf Coast!
T, great shots! They sure are pretty birds. I love that big old dead tree you have.
Great series. Such an exotic looking bird.
well done photographyin the birds, i like it ;)
What cool looking birds they are! Terrific series of shots. I particularly like the one where the adult is taking off. Cool!
Marveling at the beaks on these birds. Geesh.
The White Ibis was jumping about, beautiful.
Just amazing picture, cheching each other out.Greetings,Filip
I'd really like to see an Ibis. I did a project for school on the Northern Bald Ibis. From Findlay
Oh, I do, I do like this series of the ibises.
Wonderful pictures Tex!Great captures!!Very pretty birds!Dimi..
Bet they love to nibble on stuff at the pond!!!..:)JP
So beautiful Tex. B
What I love is seeing the critters who have left us for the winter!Cheers from Cottage Country!
Hopefully the spring birds come to our house soon! :)xo Catherine
Wondefull birds.. Congrats..
With the curved bill and extra long legs there are a little strange looking. We saw them in Florida a month ago but of course they rarely venture this far north...:)
Very cool looking bird!
Another great series. It seems the birds at your place pose for you to get plenty of shots. Nice!
Very pretty! sandie
You get so many great feathered friends in your yard! I like the colors of the juvenile; the adult is beautiful too, of course!
Tex, you must have an awesome yard. Love the White Ibis shots.
Wow, that is a majestic bird.
LOVE those long bills!
They really are beautiful birds!
Ready, set, liftoff...how great was that shot!I also really liked the shot where the shadow of his beak was right down the front of him. :)
They are so pretty! I love the variety of birds you get.
Their beaks look like they mean business.
What fascinating creatures! I'm enjoying your pictures.
What an amazing being. Love the reflection in the first photo. Hope you're having a great weekend.
great shots...was in your neck of the woods today...in Trinidad and Malakoff...
you have it all happening right at your back door; special moments you've captured Theresa
I like the 4th one where he is standing tall and proud on those long legs. Like the long beak too.
You have the best visitors!
Love these guys!
The last three look like me on a diving board..."should I jump in?" "it might hurt" "nah, think I'll just lay out and sun".
Super series of shots of the ibis. Hee hee its knock kneed.
These birds are cut from the same cloth as our ibis - but its just a different pattern!Nice pictures.Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Dearest Theresa,Lovely photos of two generations! Hugs to you,Mariette
Great image series showing. The white ibis is really nice :)
These are magnificent!!!
They are magnificent! Beautiful photos!
when my parents were alive and living in Florida across a canal from a nature preserve there were always lots of those babies wandering the lawns ..
I'm fascinated with the curved beaks on these guys.
Really do think those are totally cool birds (but just not the skinny chicken).
Nice visitors!I love how the young ones look so different. Always makes me look twice!
Great photos! I take it the brown one is the juvenile?
Amazing birds!! LOVE those long legs!
hm, my impression was that the two of them looks very healthy. Strange! :)
Very cool shots!
Those guys are sooo cool! I don't know why, but I always thought of them as being in Egypt or something! LOL!!
great bird pics. I need to get a bigger lens to get pics like this.Thanks for visiting me at my blog today, and have a wonderful week.
These are awesome and weird looking birds! Love that dead tree perch! Really great photos!
Really nice pics to look at!
I am always intrigued at the extreme colour change from juvenile to adult in some bird species!!
Love your ibis photos.
they are about the prettiest of birds they are.awesome birds!
Amazing birds and they look great on that old tree.
They are just beautiful! How nice that you have so many different kinds of birds come to your pond!
Wonderful shots. Love the open-winged one and the one of the adult and juvenile fishing, and the last couple were great as well.
i've said it before...you should get nature reserve funding. ;)
Oh, I would love to see these...such a strange looking bird.
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