A nice bright and early morning saw me looking down the valley at Danebower in bright sunshine. I had come across a pair a few nights earlier but they didn't hang around and were quite distant.
This time though, I had one in song from the old chimney.
The valley at Danebower.
The chimney in the quarry.
The Ring Ouzel. A nice male on the corner of the chimney.
Showing a very nice crisp white bib.
Delighted to see you caught up with this migrant species.ReplyDelete
What a cool bird! Awesome sighting and wonderful photos. Have a happy day and week ahead!ReplyDelete
A lovely bird to see and photographReplyDelete
Great spotting and photography. Are they kind of like the Dippers we have? I think another name for those is water ouzel.ReplyDelete
Beautiful little bird with a bright bill.ReplyDelete
Your photography is very good. I am not familiar with this bird. Have lots of them maybe I will spot one one day.ReplyDelete
Lovely photos. I like first one especially. Blue sky over the dark mountains is beautiful.ReplyDelete
Hello, I just wanted to stop back and say thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!ReplyDelete
Great photo of a fascinating bird.
Y'all come on by,
Hawk aka BrownDog
What a formal bird! Always ready for casino.ReplyDelete