Cattle Egret, Bulbucus ibis

Friday, January 16, 2009

AMERICAN KESTREL

The images I posted today aren't what I want them to be, but they are the best I've done yet with American Kestrels. They are tiny and they are spooky, a shoot fast situation. I don't like pictures of birds sitting on wires, but for now I'll take what I can get. The male Kestrel has blue/gray wings, they are pretty little critters, if you can get close enough to notice!

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