I still marvel at the amount of birds you get down there.
They're so cute. Those bright orange beaks really show up in the photos almost like slow-moving-vehicle signs.
They're beautiful as well as amusing. Hooray for Whistler Wednesday!
You have a huge number and we wonder are you getting more each year? Have a wonderful Wednesday.Best wishes Molly
This is #99 of Whistlers? Awesome. And I love the effect surrounding the images too. GREAT photos of these ducks. Always enjoyable.
Wish my photos were so beautiful on my BEST day!
"The family that eats together..."
Even fowl need to take their meals together!!
Follow the leader--Whistler style. :-)
No pushing and shoving..they know there is plenty to go around! Such cuties, I love to see your whistlers. Still hoping one will stop by here for a visit!
I kind of like that setting.
The first two pics make me feel like I'm about to be attacked by a lot of cuteness. :) Just follow the orange beak! Love your Whistlers!
they look great, i love the way their beaks are glowing. i like salavaging photos to. last week i took about 10 photos in the yard and did not realize i had it on cloudy day in bright sunshine, thank you PicMonkey know one knew
Interesting pictures. I like what you did to salvage them, making those orange beaks stand out like a beacon! Love me some whistlers! :-)
Actually I like the way these have turned out. They're such characters.
Looks like the older, more experienced bird knows right where to go for a good meal!
It's follow the leader time and the reward is food. So nice to have those visitors to your place for a Wednesday show.Hugs,JB
Good to see that the whole family is together, and they jointly pursue eat.
Love these last two where this orange beak stands out so much! Very cute shots
Always ready for an EAT . . . Orange Alert ahead . . .
Wonderful images Theresa. Love the low angle in these. Feels like we are there with them.MersadMersad Donko Photography
Just like teens to wear their beaks blue and not orange...always rebelling.
Lovely photos! I love the whistlers very much :)
Beautiful, and I hate to ask this awful question, but for some reason it just came to me...do people hunt these beauties? I hope that the ones you call your friends always stay safe!
Love the salvaged photos - those beaks are super striking. I'm pretty sure Whistler juveys mind better than human juveys, go figure. ;)
Just gorgeous.. The juvenile are so cute.. Regards..
Good thing there wasn't a food fight.
How sweet! I love when they develop that bright orange beak!
Wrong settings, but nice effect anyway. :-}
Cool shots, so colorful.
Yep, i can hear it now, "Come on, kids, lunch is ready!"
Hi Theresa,The Whistler has the look of being caught on Candid Camera, on photo # 3. Quite nice.Have a Beautiful Day!Peace :)
I have missed those Wednesday Whistlers! They are so dang cute!
"Thanks for the grub, Tex!"~
I hate when I have my camera set wrong. Thou got some fun shots though!
The leader has a gorgeous orange beak. He must feel good.
Your shots show the young birds being led by an older, more experienced duck. I like the post.
You get such wonderful photo opportunities. :)Great series.
Love the whistlers. You always get great shots of these gorgeous birds.
If you hadn't said anything, I would have thought you shot them that way - on purpose.
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Look at picture #4--doesn't it look like the Whistler in front is burping? LOL.
Always fun to see!
I like the effect. These say fall to me.
Beautiful photos, I love!
there is something very dreamy about these images, almost magical!!and that pop of orange is perfect for this time of year!!!
Do you put your seed on the ground or do the squirrels do it for you? ;-)
Oh how lovely. They love you.
They are onto a good thing. All they have to do is keep turning up and smile for the camera.
Settings set right or not, the last photo is so like an oil painting. what a gathering. They do know where to come, and service always just what they asked for. Jean.
They always look so calm and peaceful. Are there ever any squabbles?
They are so dangled cute. I always look forward to Whistlers on Wednesday :)
Ok, belly up to the buffet, great pictures, Francine.
I have missed a lot of Wednesday photos of these silly birds!
Interesting how the little guys keep so close together
Very cute pictures.
Haha! It looks like you're hiding in one of those camouflaged birding tents!
They sure are fun to see.
Always love a Wednesday visit with the Whistlers!!
Even with weong settings, they are tremendous. Love 'em.
The shots have an artistic look! I like them. Those Whistlers are always a joy to see!
I love that glowy beak!
Not sure what was "wrong" with the setting, but the images are great!
Wonderful images of those beautiful ducks Tex!Love the effect that you used, and the Whistlers too!!!Dimi...
T, those Halloween coloured bills sure show up!
I see they are all dressed for Halloween. Are you sure one of the teenagers didn't spray paint their bills to make them look line an adult?
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I think they look wonderful. Very interesting shots.
Hi Theresa, Amusing and really great little duckies! Have a fine day tomorrow!
They are always so entertaining! Follow the bright orange beak! Lol!
If that was the wrong setting on your camera, you don't need to be on the right setting! these are gorgeous pictures!
Why I don't have those love birds? Do you know..
Dearest Theresa,Regardless of your camera's setting; you still show us cute Whistler faces!Hugs,Mariette
they all look to be enjoying themselves at the buffet.
Looks like you put out a good spread.
What a neat thing to see! Thanks for sharing and letting me see it too! Very nice photos.
Must be the day-care teacher leading them on an outing. (Looks like he/she could use an assistant -- that is a lot of little ones to be in charge of!)
I would love living there, seeing the Whistling ducks so often is just awesome. I love the photos, especially the adult leading the troupe to the dining table.. Great shots..
I'm such a sucker for your Whistlers! Wish we had some on our ponds! Fabulous pics, as always.. "wrong" setting or not ;) -Tammy
Very nice and colorful !
Goofy is as goofy does! LOL!
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They sure are cute! For having your camera set wrong, I think they came out really nice. I like this look, where they are in focus and the outer goes softer! Very nice!
What a bright orange bill!!!!! Beautiful!
Beautiful shots! Love the tones.
This way! That way! Over here!ALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral =^..^= . <3
Wonderful photos not to mention absolutely adorable. Catherine
Their beaks are so bright in color.
Your grass is looking pretty and green. Their buffet looks nicer then the last one we grazed at.
The orange really stands out! They look well-fed and happy.
You are probably tired of my novice questions (yet again you read my posts...a real test of patience). Orange and blue beaks? Significance?Jane xx
They know where their dining area is! They look some people I've seen crowding around the buffet. :-)
Perhaps the incorrect settings, but neat effect - like looking through a spyglass. :)Lindy
I swear...they are the most adorable things, ever.
You did a great job of salvaging these pictures, in fact I kind of like the darkened edges effect that was created!
Its not a Gaggle of Geese it's a Warpath of Whistlers. Whew!!!MB
Great show of your Whistlers.
These adolescents need supervision. ;)
Great photos with the darker edge. The orange beaks really pop. Wonderful!!
what a lovely contrast the adult beak gives in your photos...
Hi Theresathese are just the cutest birds!I wish we had them here - they're fascinating and seem quite comical.Have a happy weekend!Shane
Oh, Salvage and with wonderful effect (^_^)ｖ I LOVE the way it worked and your whistlers are focused in the center and great color♡♡♡ I praise the orange beak adults (hope I'm right) Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend Theresa, xoxo Miyako*
Looks like the kids had no problem handling the buffet method at all!I love seeing (and hearing) Whistlers any time!
Still my favorite bird!
Glad you were able to salvage a few. I kind of like that setting...brings out those bright bills.
Way too cute ♥
This is so different and interesting setting!
How incredibly cute.
I've just discovered your blog and I'm so glad I did. What a beautiful ranch you have! I love animals of all kinds and have so enjoyed scrolling through some of your posts/pics here. These birds are precious. I'm a happy new follower! :)
Your Whistlers make me want to jump on a plane to Texas! I can't believe how many birds... and wonderfully photogenic "varmint" you get there!!
wow..fabulous photos and salvaged nicely!!!!!!
Just getting to this post. For a camera setting that went wrong, I'd say these are mighty successful shots. Love that one glowing bill :) (Funny, no comment verification on this post but it was on the your most recent one.)
You set your camera is really not that traffic because your pictures are very beautiful.
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