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Bath Time for the Crows


This very small flock of Common Crows was at the rainfall retention basin across the street from my home when there was still about a foot of water in the basin. This rainfall retention  basin goes from wet to dry rather quickly, so there was about six of  the birds that took advantage of all that water, and bathed.  Please click on the thumbnail image to see the larger picture.  Enjoy!



Comments on: "Bath Time for the Crows" (8)

  1. they’re so beautiful. you caught their glossiness on a bright day. i like the jumping shot, too. 🙂

    • Hi Theresa, Thanks a bunch. I enjoyed watching this group bathe and just hang out. They seemed like younger adults and quite lively. They are smart fun birds. Have a great Thursday tomorrow!

  2. I like watching any birds taking their baths.. Great bath series.. Enjoy your evening and the rest of the week!

    • Hi Eileen, Thanks! I think it is fun to see birds behaving in a variety of ways instead of just perched or just at the feeder or just standing. I really like bird watching. Have a super good day tomorrow!

  3. You got some very pretty photos of those big guys!

  4. Hi All – I have been commenting on blogs of my pals here and Google’s “Blogger” is well, acting up a bit in its interconnection with WordPress folks who are dropping a comment. Oh well. This happens periodically. Those of you who are my regulars, please know that I have been visiting and reading.

  5. I really like crows, they are so much fun to watch as they fly overhead. Sometimes they talk to each other as they fly, almost as if they are trying to decide where to go.

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