Bob, what a great close-up. I also saw this Jackdaw in a Spanish blogger's site and learned about this one. Its eyes are irresistible! They do not breed in the U.S. but are considered "accidental" in the U.S.. The other corvid in the U.S. is the Corvus ossifragus or "Fish Crow". What eyes!
Mooie foto's ik wou dat het bij ons zo was het kwakkelt hier nog steeds geen echte zomer hier lieve groetjes Danielle
Bob, great closeups of your Jackdaw! I love the eye color. Have a happy weekend!
The bird is a beauty:-)
Your right, it is a beauty!
YESSSSSSSSSSSSS THANK U DEAR BOB°_°~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
WOW, You have been quite busy when I was away!The Goldfinch and the Eider duck (among others) are out of this world!Congrats, Bob, nice to see your are fun! ;-)Gorgeous pics of this jackdaw!Enjoy your sunday!
Beautiful pictures Bob.The Jackdaw (Corvus monedula) in the second picture is also warm, the beak is open.Photos are perfectly exposed and focused properly, compliment.Regards, Irma
zo warm en er dan toch nog op uit? knap hoor.
HOT,HOT,HOT shots Bob!...[;o)
Yeah, it was hot, too hot to go out birding Trevor.
stay cool! love the jackdaw - so handsome!
YES ITS BEEN HOT TODAY, GREAT PHOTOSpeter
Thanks Peter, been feeling the heat, but, it's beautiful.
Liebr Bob, ganz wunderschöne Fotos.Das glänzende Gefieder und die hellen Augen!Einen schönen Abend wünscht dirIrmi
Trzeba było kawkę zaprosić do klimatyzowanego samochodu . :)We had a bird invite to an air-conditioned car. :)
Bob, what a stern looking fellow! Great captures!It's been up over 30 degrees a few times here, this past week or so! Too hot for me!
Bob you did nail this one....send some heat up here 12 degrees was all it managed today.
What a day you have done, I hope that its better Adrian.
Magníficas fotos, especialmente has captado la mirada inteligente del cuervo. Un abrazo,
Great photo of one of my favorite (childhood) birds!
great shot of the bird
Those birds are so clever witty and naughty! I just love them!Great shots Bob! :-)
sooo close! Love the whiskers too; lovely Bob; keep cool!
Lovely, thanks Carole.
Buenos acercamientos a esta Grajilla.Un abrazo
Never knew the eyes of the Raven are that colour,...so beautiful! Great photos Bob! Hot is better than cold, right!!
Hot is better than cold, any day. Have a nice day.
Two good photos of Jackdaw, good lighting and nice sharpness.Ottar
For here more Bob .... but I like the heat!Good Sunday and go for a while in the car and you will be more cool :)))Great photos as always.A hug.
Yes, I like it sunny, but when it is muggy, it is no fun.
Love the eye on these Jackdaws, really stand out well.
The eye is outstanding on the Jackdaw Marc.
Great photos, Bob! The Jackdaw has pretty eyes! I LOVE your new header photo!!!
Thanks for comment on the header, cheers Tammy.
hey Bob! me...slowly working my way back...first, LOVE your header photo!and this jackdaw bird is a cool one. OOPS, did i say COOL...sorry.he has nice eyes and little whiskers growing over his beak!? i wonder if they get in the way when he's eating.get cool Bob! =) STAY cool!
Hi! Hope you are doig ok even its very hot at your Place.We have about +25 C thats enough I Think.Great Pictures as usual in the last post
Hola Bob magnificas fotografias de estas picaras aves.Un abrazo
Thank you Antonio.
Two beautiful sharp pictures Bob.Groetjes Tinie
Hi Bob...I hate it hot and humid drains the life out of ya!! We have been having those 100 degree days, and I have thought an air conditioner,but I probably won't !! Then it rains and get even more humid yuck! We are never happy!! : )Fabulous shot's Bob I could count the hairs around his beak haha!!Sit in your car summer stay cool !!GraceMusic, well I don't think my cat liked it !! Her ears went down and she took of lol!!
Great music to make CATs run away, lol.
Wow!!!And here it's 35c,the air conditioning is warking full all day!!Great pictures Bob!!Lovely bird!!Dimi..
It's warm over there in Greece, I love it.
That EYE!Ah, dear Ravi. Thanks, Bob
You love Ravi and so do I, and I love Kahlil Gibran quotes.
So crisp and clear! Check out those little feathers on the bridge of his beak.