16 comments on “Birding with Kelly

  1. Thanks so much Steph for sharing your adventure, and the amazing number of very interesting birds. You had a birding feast! It was goo to see good photos of the Roadrunner and Black-chinned Hummingbird. We don’t see any of these birds here in Oz except the House Sparrow where it has been in the past regarded as a pest:-)

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  2. Great post Stephanie! You got some fabulous photos on our hikes. I also love the heron photo you took at the gardens. I’m so glad we got to meet up. It’s always fun to bird with another birding enthusiast. I’m glad you got to meet Scarlett too. 🙂
    One correction on your bird identifications. The female Red Crossbill is actually a pine siskin. Hopefully we will get to meet up again for birding whether here or out there on your home turf.

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  3. Blogging is such a great way to meet like-minded people. Sounds like you had a great trip to NM and what a treasure trove of photos you took away. Now that I see you camera, I understand why your photos are so beautiful! 🙂

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    • Thank you Eliza! New Mexico was amazing, and I can’t wait to go back! Yes, my camera is a beast! However, Kelly showed me her wonderful Nikon 1 and I think I might be investing in a new camera:-) Traveling with my camera and large lens is not easy!

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  4. I’m way behind, but I’m glad I got to talk to you about your trip! These are wonderful photos for sure. I’m amazed at how differently a couple of species look that we have here at home but are in a different region. That dark eyed junco is gorgeous….and the western tanager…..and the black-chinned hummingbird…and….well, you get my point:)

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