Young Grackle

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29 Comments on “Young Grackle”

  1. Mother Hen says:

    I wonder what the bird was thinking? Great capture Pat!

  2. Super cool. This would make a great Halloween card.

  3. Mascha says:

    What an impressive beak! I’ve never seen a grackle before (in Germany they aren’t)

  4. Young grackle in B&W looks old.

  5. Rohrerbot says:

    Grackle love!!!!! I love the feel of this photo! Nicely done….plus they are cool birds!

  6. Robin says:

    Pat, what a beauty! It has such a large bill!

  7. Brian King says:

    Fantastic!

  8. Mormor says:

    Great shot. Wonder what it’s thinking.
    Have a nice day 🙂

  9. dragonstar01 says:

    He’s all beak and feet! Lovely photo.

  10. kenschneider says:

    The monochrome accentuates the feather detail. Many of our grackles (both Common and Boat-tailed) are now in molt and missing their tails.

  11. Rajesh says:

    Great shot of the bird in black and white.

  12. John says:

    Good shot; I like that you have placed him against the dark background, away from the high-lights.

  13. Carver says:

    Fantastic capture of the grackle with its mouth wide open.

  14. Jim says:

    Sure is, Pat! Wide-eyed and not so bushy tailed.

  15. artmusedog says:

    Dynamic macro shot! Love the beautiful bird! happy weekend to you!

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

  16. …as I posted above in the other comments…this is a perfect way to show off a grackle!!
    thanks for linking in this weekend.

  17. Jocee says:

    Nice shot in black and white. I hope he wasn’t telling you off at the time. 🙂

  18. Very different look in black and white. Nice.

  19. prairiejill says:

    That grackle obviously has something to say! Great shot!

  20. Kicki says:

    Scary eye….but still very nice!

  21. Gunilla says:

    Lovely shot! Looks like he has something important on his mind.

  22. Amit Agarwal says:

    Very nice in B&W!


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