Bird’s Eye Views at Lynde Shores …… End of Winter 2013/2014

With the snowbanks from the coldest, snowiest winter that I remember almost gone, I want to share the last winter photographs that I took with my telephoto lens at Lynde Shore birds.   I’m hoping that my next short excursion to the trails in this protected area will be of  migrating warblers and nesting songbirds! Here is the gallery of photos taken in March. I hope you enjoy them!

NOTE: If you missed the photos that were inadvertently missed on the recent post entitled “Ducks in Dire Straights”,  please revisit it. This has been corrected.

About janewalkerscards

Jane Walker is a Newcastle photographer who creates framed photographs, photo trays and matted greeting cards reflecting the beauty of nature and gardens. Her recent interest in birds, owls and other wildlife is now being reflected in her posts. As a member of the Oshawa Camera Club, Jane has started to enter some of her photos for judging and appreciates the critiques by the judges. You'll be surprised at what shows up under the guise of "janewalkerscards".
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6 Responses to Bird’s Eye Views at Lynde Shores …… End of Winter 2013/2014

  1. Sharon Holliday says:

    The bird pictures are beautiful Jane-I especially like the cardinals & blue jays.

  2. Jocelyne says:

    So wonderfully beautiful Jane ! You amaze me 🙂
    Have a great weekend 🙂

    • Now I’m getting some of the Spring birds at my farm. The air is filled with different bird sounds and many of them are in pairs. Even the female red bellied woodpecker that has been alone all winter has been joined by a mate. Hopefully I can get some interesting shots of them and of the spring flowers that are just beginning to poke their leaves up in a few of my garden beds.
      Thanks for commenting! Enjoy this improved weather……

  3. Loreen says:

    These are beautiful, Jane! I’m sure the migrating birds will be next. Yesterday, I saw a red-winged blackbird, some grackles, and, yes, even a robin, hopping around in the last patches of snow. It seems spring may have actually arrived!

    • I actually saw 2 golden-crowned kinglets and a brown creeper in our yard….a sure sign of spring! I’m glad that Combermere is getting some of this improved weather as well. Thank you for commenting on my blog.

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