Wordless Wednesday: Fearless, Feathered Flirt

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Wordless Wednesday

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  1. He looks a bit bald! Maybe he's ticked off about that! What great shots, Sandy -- as always!! Happy Wordless Wednesday!

    Sylvia

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  2. Is that a vulture?! He's a lot prettier than our turkey vultures here in Georgia!

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  3. Wonderful shots! I like how we can see the critter's eyes in every photo.

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  4. Not sure I want him flirting with me, lol. :)

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  5. PS _ think you can find a better guy than that, lol.

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  6. what a ugly cute baby if you're the mother. lol!

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  7. Kind of ugly but proud indeed!! Great pics!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  8. I love the title. It gives the pictures a whole extra level of meaning.

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  9. Wow, you got close to that black vulture. We only get turkey vultures in our area. We are hoping to see a black vulture here some day. Great photos.

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  10. Fantastic shots Sandy. Such a treat. I have a big smile on my face from looking at them.

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  11. That head is not over endued with feathers but the rest of him has a good coverage. Not my favourite bird really.

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  12. Sandy: Great shots of the neat bird.

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  13. He looks rather curious.. very cool shots. He's a beauty. :)

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  14. Very beautiful photos, I like the eyes and the expression.

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  15. I'd take him serious.

    My updates are not showing on your sidebar probably since I moved (but have the same address).

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  16. Quite evasive. You did manage some great looks. :)

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  17. Those are some great shots!! :D

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  18. Wow... stunning shots! But I'm clueless when it comes to birds. Do you know what kind it is?

    -smarmoofus

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  19. The way it's checking you out You gotta be happy that you are healthy LOL

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  20. How cute! Happy Wordless Wednesday!!

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  21. The bird is playing peek-a-boo in the first couple pictures, just like my cat :)

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  22. Look at those eyes..staying alert, yea?

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  23. It looked very fierce and not wanted to be disturbed.

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  24. love that first one especially!

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  25. Great captures. Wow. I think the third one is my favorite.

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  26. Great captures. He really has his eye on you.

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  27. Whatever he is, he's not a bird to be trifled with, that's for sure. That beak is pretty serious.

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  28. Anonymous10:45 AM

    intense looking bird...nice shots!

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  29. he did give us ample time to take his picture, did'nt he?

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  30. I am rather scared of that bird. I have never seen a black vulture - only turkey vultures. Interesting photos ! You are brave.

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  31. Turkey buzzard? Ugly in a charming way.

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  32. Very impressive captures.
    Yes, I mean it.

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  33. Wow for being an odd bird, it's really quite beautiful!

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  34. Great close-up of this young (?) vulture (?)!!

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  35. Anonymous5:04 PM

    Breathtaking! Oh, s/he knows you are there... you captured the spirit of this bird, hiding out behind the branches.

    Oh, for a bird's eye view...

    Mine is here.

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  36. What a cute sign of spring !

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  37. wow
    brilliant captures!

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  38. Those are fabulous photos!!! Great capture!

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  39. Ohhhhh, I love this series:
    is magnificent, a deep emotion!
    Brava!!!
    :-)

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  40. Isn't it just the most amazing miracle? A baby bird. Even though it's just life and we see it all the time...and let's face it that is one pretty ugly bird...still it's absolutely amazing what God does.

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  41. eerie...
    haunting...
    and yet,
    beautiful.

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  42. Really beautiful photos,Thanks for sharing with us :)

    Marinela

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  43. wonderful series ... a bit of peek-a-boo I see you going on here.
    Hugs and blessings,

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