It’s beginning to look a lot like winter

While I haven’t been out as much as I would like, I love seeing the arrival of our wintering friends. Bald eagles from the north are beginning to arrive and the harriers seem to be swooping low over fields everywhere I look. I saw my first group of common goldeneyes last week (there is definitely nothing common about them; they are beautiful). Young deer are looking much more grownup than a few months ago. Click on pictures to enlarge.

© Chris Taylor

 

© Chris Taylor

 

© Chris Taylor

 

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One thought on “It’s beginning to look a lot like winter

  1. How wonderful! I find the wingspan of the raptor quite beautiful (and intimidating from a little animal perspective!) — that’s the northern harrier, right? I also love seeing the goldeneyes flying in formation. This reminds me of the geese that were so plentiful in Wichita. I see geese high above now and again around here. What a great way to think of winter!

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