Monday, April 26, 2021

Indiana Birds

Vultures near the Wabash River. West Lafayette, Indiana.

Surf scoters at Bicentennial Park, Lafayette.

Barn swallows, tree swallows, and rough-winged swallows were
dive bombing the water.

The surf scoters again.

We are visiting Indiana for a long weekend, and have been looking at various birding sites. 
Photos © mae and len sander, 2021.


Iris Flavia said...

Nice shots - a trip is always good.

Anne in the kitchen said...

I had never thought vultures are worth watching until recently. We were parked on a bluff watching the sunset and were right at eye level with vultures circling some carrion in the valley below. Watching them soar literally right in front of us was hypnotic. I guess I had only seen the flying overhead before and did not realize how's they seem to float on the air currents.

Divers and Sundry said...

Bird-watching is always a treat. I saw my first Indigo Bunting yesterday :) Sweet! I've never seen any of the birds you mention in this post. It's fun to see new ones.

Jeanie said...

It looks like a lovely spot to look for birds! I hope it was a great weekend!

Tandy | Lavender and Lime ( said...

Enjoy your time away.

Lowcarb team member said...

Very nice photographs.

All the best Jan