A concatenation about birds: Lark Bunting

Males whistle and trill

Cup nests in green grass

She is selective

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 4/9/18

Inspirational photo by Pinterest

The great state of Colorado named the Lark Bunting as their state bird.

A concatenation about birds: Yellow Hammer

Male wears black moustache

When flying they lope along

Grass walkers loves seeds

Yellow Hammer on the ground
Yellow Hammer on the ground

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 4/8/18

Inspirational photos by Pinterest

The yellow-shafted flicker is a medium-sized woodpecker so named because the shafts of its primary wing feathers are yellow. This beauty is Alabama’s state bird.

A concatenation about birds: Brown Pelican

Brown Pelican
Brown Pelican

Strong swimmers eat fish

Plunges from air to water

Strange striking beauty

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 4/7/18

Inspirational photos by Pinterest

The Brown Pelican is a state symbol for the Great State of Louisiana.

Watch these peculiar birds in slow motion feeding and swooping.

A concatenation about birds: Ruffed Grouse

Territorial

One male defends ten acres

Alias partridge

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 4/6/18

Inspirational photo by Pinterest

The ruffed grouse is a symbol for the great state of Pennsylvania.

Watch the display and hear the drumming of the male ruffed grouse …wait for it.

A concatenation: Purple Finch

Large beaks and flat heads

Gray ladies and vibrant males

Seeks the green forests

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 4/5/18

Inspirational photo by Pinterest

Up close on male and female Purple Finch

 

A concatenation about birds: California Quail

Small ground-dwelling birds

Swift runners short burst flyers

Home in chaparral

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 4/4/18

Inspirational photos by Pixabay

Interesting facts about California Quail

A concatenation about birds: Scissor-tailed flycatcher

Majestic in flight

Female builds constructs her nest

Fierce nest protectors

Scissor-tailed flycatcher
Scissor-tailed flycatcher at home on a fence

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 4/3/18
Inspirational photo by Pinterest

A symbol for the State of Oklahoma.

Read about this wonder that eats its weight in gold each year devouring non-useful and harmful insect species such as grasshoppers, crickets, and beetles and hear their obnoxious calls.

 

A concatenation about birds: Cactus wren

True desert dwellers

Noisy chatter all the day

Thorny makes a home

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 4/2/18

Inspirational photo by Pixabay

The Cactus wren is an official state symbol for Arizona.  Hear its noisy call.

A concatenation about birds: Bald American Beauty

National symbol
Beloved and filled with strength
Visual beauty

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 4/1/18
Inspirational photo by StateSymbolsUSA.org

The Bald American Eagle is noted for its beauty and strength. This amazing bird is native to the United States.