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Bowman, GA, United States
These Grackles visit every winter in large groups. They visit my yard several times throughout the day. I love to see them take off all at once and hearing the sound of their wings. They are also so pretty when the sunlight hits them. This picture, there are a mix of Grackles & Red-winged Blackbirds. I am a Nature Photographer from Bowman, Georgia.
Category 7: Birds of a Feather Stick Together
Grackles & Red-winged Blackbirds
Beautiful photo! Love everything about it°
Thanks so much Debra for your comment. I do love what I do and makes it even BETTER when others enjoy my photos too.
Such a beautiful shot. You have amazing pictures. You are so dedicated to your photography and it shows in your work. You are so talented and blessed with beautiful nature.
Love your beautiful photos! You’re so very talented and such amazing work! Keep up the truly amazing work that you do!
Thanks so much Sherry!!!
Thanks so much Becky for your sweet message. I love being a Nature Photographer and being out capturing God’s beauty. Makes me HAPPY that you all enjoy what I share…
Beautiful photo , Love it!!
This is a great photo! It is very unusual to catch that many birds in flight at one time!
Thank you Virginia!!
Absolutely incredible photo! You are truly talented. I love your photos
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