Wednesday, March 01, 2017

Groupies and a murder

This flock of buffleheads was fishing in the Baikie Island lagoon. I took several photos, from different vantage points; in each one, almost all of the females were following along in the wake of the lone male.

Popular guy.

And overhead, there was a minor murder.

About one tenth of the murder, heading west for the evening. As they do.

These were crows; even if I hadn't seen them, their voices were clear. "Caw, caw, caw, caw!" But in the photo, with the afternoon sunlight shining sideways on them, they gleam, so that they look partly white.

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  1. I'm not sure if the story is true, but around here they say crows live in town and ravens live in the bush. We have a resident pair of ravens at the cabin, but I've never seen a crow. - Margy

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