Animals / Birds / Corrales / coyotes / Great Blue Heron / Great Horned owls / Owls / Rio Grande / Sandias / Sunset SVOCPS March 24, 2022 Timothy Price25 Comments Sandias Vulture Owl Coyotes pTerodactyl Sparrows Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
25 thoughts on “SVOCPS”
So many wonderful shots, but in captivated by the last one the most. There is something beautiful and scary about a cluster of birds.
“The Birds.” Thanks, Bridgette.
Love the backgrounds.
You can add an M to your SVOCPS= SVOCPSM! If you look closely, you’ll see me in all of them! 😉
The Spirit of Marina is certainly there. Thanks, Marina.
…what, you can’t see me?!!!! 😉
Yes. I can see you clearly.Especailly in those sweet coyote eyes.
Good to see that you have the mundane as well as the glorious species.
We seem to have them all. I would like to see more of the all end of the critters. Thanks, Couriers.
WOWL!!!! WOWL roolz! Seriously lovely pics, such contrasts too
They are certainly different. Thanks, Shey.
National Geographic at it’s best Tim! Great captures!! 💖💖👏
That is a serene and beautiful photo of the Sandias, Tim, and as always I love seeing the critters of bosque and river. How is Mama Owl?
Mama owl is still lying low in her nest. After the owlets hatch and start growing, I’ll see her sticking her head up out of the nest. Thanks, Lavinia.
Great Mother Nature again revealled!
The first paddling Coyote, Tim; is it cataracted eyes? For I can see a face in the fur of its chest?
Clever title. I was wondering what the hell I didn’t know now!! Beauty!
Teally more lazy that clever. I wasn’t coming up with a good title. Thanks, Dale.
Who is judging?
Ah! SVOCPS…. took me a bit to get it. Damn DST! Dopey… even goofy ever since.
Ha! Thanks, Resa.
Today I am all about the ‘C’s – those ducks are mighty brave in that shot.
The ducks and the heron were paying no attention to the coyotes. Nor the coyotes to the ducks and heron. They must of had some kind of ducky deal with the coyotes. Thanks, Brian.