A Feeding Frenzy

Tonight as I stood on our deck I spotted a couple of crows, or ravens, sitting on a tree. I grabbed my camera to see what they were doing and Wow! Both crows and ravens are very hard to photograph because of the intensity of the black of their feathers.
I lucked out on these and to add to my excitement, it turned out they were young waiting to be fed.

Enjoy! And let me know if they are crows or ravens. I’m thinking crows. But……

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Categories: babies, Baby birds, Best of the season, birds, crows, dramatic, feather, Flight, immature birds, Nature Photography, Photography, Ravens, wildlife

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6 replies

  1. Daddy missed by that much…kept going hehe…

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  2. Gorgeous. These look amazing. Glad you’re having a great time out there.

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