BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

LAST LOOK

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It’s been a few months since we last saw these colourful migrants.  I took this photo in October and by November this wood duck and his mates had flown south.  From time to time I see them featured on other photographers’ blogs in their winter digs. I look forward to their return before too long.

23 thoughts on “LAST LOOK

  1. Beautiful shot – what a handsome guy he is!

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  2. Gorgeous shot. I love my Mandarins and Wood ducks. They are my favorite breeds of the perching and dabbling ducks.

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  3. One of America’s most elegant birds, what a treat to have them nearby, even if it is only seasonal. Fantastic photo, Belinda, you captured every color of this magnificent creature.

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  4. Lovely portrait – we see escapes of this bird here. A 🙂

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  5. You say goodbye, I say hello … hello HELLO! *singing Beatles* Can’t wait to Woodie watch again! They’re showing up bit by bit down here in the Texas Gulf Coast. I love their calls and whistles out by the creek every winter morning.

    You take beautiful portraits, Belinda.

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  6. They have one of the most colourful patterns of all the ducks. Sadly, we rarely get to see them here on the west coast. We see them occasionally, but not often.

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  7. Wonderful feather detail and colors, Belinda! The Wood Duck is another of my favorites.

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  8. A very beautiful duck!

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  9. I am always jealous when I see your Wood Duck photos! Would love the chance to get pictures of these guys. 🙂

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  10. Once they get down here it was such a long trip they tend to hide 😀

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