Falling For A Harrier November 4, 2017 by Uncle Tree in photography and tagged autumn, Hawks, Northern Harrier This owl-faced hawk is hardly ever seen during the day. Rarely seen in Nebraska, its golden-brown belly gives it away. Flying low and solo, no gopher has a chance, and no golfer is endangered. Bye-bye birdie! Falling on back UT AdvertisementShare this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInMorePocketPinterestTumblrRedditLike this:Like Loading...
Great photo captures. Thank you for sharing them. Enjoyed immensely.
Thank you, JoHanna! 🙂 Glad you liked them!
Wonderful and informative pictures. I like that your writing is short. You have really provided a good introduction to this bird!
Thank you very much! 🙂 So glad you like my captions underneath my very amateurish photographs. Awhile back, I decided to stop “borrowing” pictures, and quit writing sermons, Folks attention span and time limits…well, you know.
Nice to meet you! Thanks again for swinging by and leaving Uncle Tree
a quite fine compliment! Cheerz! Keith