More Block Creek Natural Area

Well, you got to see some of the photo tour participants’ photos from out visit to the Block Creek Natural Area.  If you didn’t get enough, here are a few of mine.

Don’t forget to click on an image to enlarge and sharpen it for better viewing.

Eastern Bluebird, male perched
Eastern Bluebird landing
Lesser Goldfinch pair
Late afternoon at a hummingbird feeder, Block Creek NA
Block Creek Photo Tour group focused on owls.
Vermilion Flycatcher male on rail fence.
Sphinyx Moth feeding at thistle bloom.
Ladder-backed Woodpecker, male on mesquite.
Painted Bunting male on mullein stalk.
Big Gobbler too close for the 500 mm, but I like the crop anyway.
Eastern Screech Owl: how about those peepers?
Bewick’s Wren on fence post.
Harris’s Hawk landing, Canon 7d Mark II and 70-200 mm lens

 

…and last but not least, my favorite shot of this batch is the great horned owl and red barn.

Great Horned Owl and barn.  Canon 7d Mark II and 70-200 mm 2.8 lens, hand held

Soon, I’ll be sharing shots from the Transition Ranch Photo Tour.

Larry

One thought on “More Block Creek Natural Area”

  1. Wow! You had a great trip with a lot of species. I like the Eastern Bluebird with its wing spread and the Harris Hawk. You need to print the owl and the barn. Very nice set of images.

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