Feb 1, 2007

Birds of a Feather!







Where did that one come from? A Coast Guard bird!

Thank you all for your well wishes for our upcoming anniversary! It's exciting- many he has missed, so regardless of the move...or little things like being without a home...as long as we are together! :)

Ok, enough mushy stuff! You bird-people get out your books...lets compare notes on my above birds! I just love the third picture with 4 different types hanging out together!

5 comments:

Lilli said...

A robin, cardinal, bluebird. Aw, you know I'm kidding :)

Sue said...

Clockwise from upper left: (1)Marbled Godwit, (2) Heermann's Gull, (3) Royal Terns, (4) two Heermann's Gulls (one in breeding plumage with white head!), two Royal Terns, two Western Gulls, and I can't tell what the little sandpiper-type is at the edge of the water is.

Great pictures! Looks like a fun trip to the beach.

vanessa said...

happy happy anniversary pj!
my dh still has fond memories of san diego.
more than 40 years later, every time he have a beautiful low humidity day here, he always says, "southern california weather!"

carolyn said...

Can't compare, our English birds tend to be different to yours. It was always one of the things I found strange about visiting the USA that the birds even sounded different - they too had American accents!

Rebekah said...

Wow Sue had all the answers! I think the coast guard is a really neat service.