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RED SHOULDERED HAWK
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Each Saturday
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around noon -CST/CDT






...FOUR the Birds....

Birds and watching birds is not only a photo hobby of mine, I like to draw them also...



Kingfisher


Black Chinned Hummingbird


Lazuli Bunting [Rare, seen at Port A on Mustang Island]


Common Loon with chick


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38 comments :

  1. i have a favorite today, the kingfisher. he is a really cute bird.. also like that common loon, but was thinking he can't be to common since I have never seen one

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    1. I love hearing the kingfisher call.

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  2. LOVE these. I think my favorite here is the Lazuli Bunting. For some reason I am just fascinated by the eye.

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  3. Hello, I can not pick a favorite, I love them all. You are good! Enjoy your day and weekend!

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  4. Hi Anni, I wanted to stop back and say thanks for linking up this post. I hope your day is great!

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    1. Thanks for hosting Saturday Critters, Eileen.

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  5. Again I have to comment on your talent. I love the loon and the baby, but they are all fun to look at. :-)

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  6. You are so talented! I sketched last year and really enjoyed it! I should try again! Love your Loon with the chick! Enjoy your day!

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  7. Do I spot a bit o' color on the bunting? These are all nice but the bunting is my choice of the series.

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    1. Yes, color. And a bit on the kingfisher too.

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  8. I just came from a post I want you to see. it is amazing. I don't think you follow Denise, if so ignore this link..... http://anenglishgirlrambles2016.blogspot.com/2020/01/tundra-swans-in-north-carolina.html

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    1. I have visited Denise a few times...I just left her blog! And I so appreciate your heads-up on her swan post.

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  9. Hello Anni. Wonderful sketches. I like most kingfisher and hummingbird.

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  10. Great sketches!
    I like the Kingfisher best!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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    1. Thanks, and have a great weekend yourself Lea.

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  11. Dang you are good. Loved them all but the baby Loon with mama got me.

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    1. It is cute. Wish I could see this in real time.

      Thanks Patti

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  12. What a talent you have, these are great. I am toying with the idea of picking up some colored pencils. If they came out half as good as these I would be surprised/happy :) Thanks so much for coming to see my swan post. I have thanked Sandra for giving you the link and I really appreciate your visit.

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    1. Denise, it was my pleasure. I'm glad Sandra thought to direct me to your swans!

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  13. Anni my goodness me your artistic abilities are amazing. You are self taught right and have a great love of birds too.
    Hugs to you 3
    Cecilia

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    1. C...thanks, and thanks for popping in to say hi!

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  14. These are so lovely. Thanks for sharing your talents.

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    1. Thank you...glad knowing you enjoy them.

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  15. I LOVE them!!! My fav is the kingfishger. And how cute the mom & baby loons are!

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  16. Wonderful drawings.

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  17. Excellent! Love them all!

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  18. Okay, can't choose a favorite here....I would love any of them for my own.

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  19. Well done these are excellent. Diane

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