Animals / Birds / Bosque / Corrales / Cottonwoods / cranes / Crows / Great Horned owls / Owls / Planets / Rio Grande / Sandhill Cranes / Sandias / Sunset / Trees Peppered Sky, Jets Fly By, Cranes Land, Owls January 4, 2021 Timothy Price36 Comments Crows peppered the sky Jets few by Cranes fly by Landing gears down Mama Owl & Daddy Owl Jupiter & Saturn Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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That’s one helluva large murder of crows. Have not had murders that large in Indiana in decades.
They are on the crow highway over the Rio Grande. They left Indiana and came to NM. Thanks, Maj & Sher.
Love the Cranes Fly By…
Well, love them all…
Breathtaking photos 🌸
Thanks, Gabriela. How’s your ankle?
My pleasure. It’s getting better. Thank you for asking 🌸
Those are beautiful photos of the bosque, river and Sandias in late afternoon and early evening. Those cranes make quite a show, but the owls are my favorite.
I wonder the Crows had heard that Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ was showing on TV? Haha!
Ad amazing set of shots again, Sir. Cheers.
Love them all!
I look into the sky and see nothing. You look into the sky and see all sorts of stuff. You make me realize how boring my sky is.
Amazing, all these different kinds of birds!
Absolutely amazing shots, so crisp and clear and beautiful
I love the landing crane where you see the aerodynamics on it’s wings.
Thanks, picpholio. When you’re close to them you can hear their wings squeak.
Crows pepper the sky and jets and cranes… what a bundle of joy!!!!
Thanks, Marian. They are a joy to see and hear.
That’s an understatement! 😉
Stated from under the birds and planes. You know under/over.
The color palette of the cranes landing is beautiful!
Thanks, Mary Jo. We get interesting colors after sundown.
That’s a lot of feathers! Great shots, Tim!
That is one serious murder of crows!!!!
Crows happen out here. Thanks, Teri.
Oh how I loved all the activities in the sky here, Tim. And the sandhill cranes are a pure delight. Loved seeing the pair of what I think might be great horned owls — great spot and what a joy it must’ve been to find them.
Thanks, Jet. There is so much going on every evening. We go out and watch the cranes get ready for bed.
Sounds delightful, Tim.
Wonderful images Tim .. were the crows noisy?
The pepper of crows is awesome.
Hey, it’s owl season again, and that’s owlsome! 😀
Great shots, Tim!
I’ve been seeing the owls most every night that I’m out on the ditches, bosque and river. They cranes will be heading north pretty soon. Thanks, Resa.