Ceropegia

Ceropegia

Posted on 08/30/2014


Photo taken on June 27, 2013


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Etowah County
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Alabama
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Eastern Phoebe Babies (6/27/2013)

Eastern Phoebe Babies  (6/27/2013)
These babies are from a clutch of five that are the phoebes' second clutch of the year. The nest is on the turn of a downspout right next to my garage door. The phoebes seem unperturbed by the frequent noise and traffic passing underneath every day because they used the same nest last year. Five babies from the first clutch fledged in late May so the phoebes have been busy birds. Etowah County, Alabama (IMG_0620)

The eggs (6/8/2013)
Eastern Phoebe Nest with Five Eggs

Fledglings from the first clutch (5/16/2013)
Eastern Phoebe Babies in the Nest

The first clutch (5/9/2013)
Eastern Phoebe Babies in Nest

The phoebes had two clutches in 2012, I did not photo the 2nd clutch
The first clutch
(4/29/2012)
Eastern Phoebe Babies

(4/8/2012)
Easter Sunday, April 8, 2012 - Eastern Phoebe Nest

On a different downspout in 2010 (5/5/2010)
Nest on the downspout

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Peggy C
Peggy C
.. feed me .. feed me ~

Just visited the Carousel group again - I see something different each time.

Re: the white Pelicans -- there was a gull walking past (with bread in his beak) in the photo just before this one - people were feeding the gulls -

Pelicans prefer a fresh catch ~ They are fascinating to watch .. they fish as a group .. unlike the Brown Pelicans who dive solo for their meal.

Thanks for all your visits and comments ~
3 years ago. Edited 3 years ago.
Ceropegia has replied to Peggy C
You're welcome. I have quite a few more photos to add to my carousel album but haven't been able to find the time to select and edit them yet.
3 years ago.
Rabbitroundtheworld
Rabbitroundtheworld
tee hee, I missed these Hungry Horaces the first time round!
2 years ago.