Nature Silent Sunday: Crow in the Snow Image February 25, 2018 Laurie Graves 13 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebook Related
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Pretty. We might get snow in London this week!
I will if we get enough.
Rain her in West Virginia. Too busy cleaning, writing, and gardening, once the fog lifted. Did see a hawk fly by. – Oscar
Always a treat to see a hawk.
Well captured. We are about the only place in the country not expected to get any snow this week
Thanks, Derrick! Funny how the weather can be so different, depending on where you live. It’s like that in Maine, too. Sometimes, the southern part of the state actually gets more snow than the northern area. Many of our storms are coastal, and the southern part of the state is right in line with those storms.
I find birds so difficult to photograph! You did a good job and got the whole bird! I usually get an empty branch or a bit of disappearing tail.
They don’t like holding still, that’s for sure.
I’m amazed at how birds cope with snow and tough winter conditions …but crows are great survivors.
They are! And such smart birds. Fun to see them.
I love how the crow is almost hidden in this picture when surrounded by branches and snow. I am currently reviewing a children’s book where the child has a fascination with crows. It gives me a greater appreciation for this bird.
I’ve always been fascinated by crows. But they are so cautious that it’s hard to get a picture of them with my wee wonder of a camera. Still, I try, and sometimes I even succeed.
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