Ohio … just a few more shots!

While there were lots of Warbler’s to photograph, there are also many other species that use the Marsh at Magee.  Here are a few more.

White-crowned Sparrow

Ruby-crowned Kinglet

Black-capped Chickadee

Tree Swallow

Downy Woodpecker

Mute Swan and Cygnet’s … this was taken at Lake Logan in Southern Ohio

Thank you so much for visiting.  Your comments are truly appreciated!

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About sheriffsmith

I have worked for the Broward County Sheriff's Office the last 13 years and spend most of my free time birdwatching / naturewatching and photographing the birds and nature that I encounter. I believe God has blessed us with a world that is so absolutely fascinating and wonderful and I'm doing my best to discover and show others all that he has provided us with in nature.
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7 Responses to Ohio … just a few more shots!

  1. Deb Platt says:

    What a great series of photos! I especially liked that white-crowned sparrow.

  2. Miss Glamour's Makeup Case says:

    Beautiful pictures! I saw a striking yellow bird yesterday and I think it might have been a American Goldfinch. It was so pretty! I wish my camera was working.

  3. Lady Deidre says:

    Awww! What a darling little swan family! Great photos as usual! 🙂 Enjoyed!
    God Bless You!

  4. All of your shots are beautiful. I’m gaining a much better appreciation for our avian friends thanks to following your blog. I’ve been watching the smaller birds in my garden enjoy our newly installed bubble rock — instant watering hole and bathing station in one. I hope to post an image soon. Be well … Dorothy 🙂

    • sheriffsmith says:

      Water features are actually more important than bird feeders. Most birds have no problem finding food but clean water can often be scarce and a nice bubbling water feature will be a huge magnet. Good luck with all your new friends! Tom

  5. Terri says:

    ALL of your photos are absolutley fantastic honey! You can publish your own birding field guide – called either “Thomas’s or Smith’s”.

  6. Your Ohio series has been wonderful, what a great birding trip!

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