Pals of a feather # 1

Starting TODAY I will post “Pals of a feather” on Wednesdays and Fridays.

The posts are not for individual birds per se, instead it will depict groups of birds which could be of the same species or mixed. I want the readers to see how the birds share in Nature and their behavior in conjunction with other species.

About names: To avoid any confusions, I will name  the birds that have bigger numbers in the group.

It would be difficult and tedious to name every bird in a mixed group of birds!

I hope that you will like my idea and enjoy it.  I’d appreciate it if you let me know! ~ H.J.

Pals of a feather # 1

Royal Terns – Laughing Gulls – Black Skimmers

Royal Terns – Laughing Gulls – Black Skimmers

© HJ Ruiz – Avian101

10 thoughts on “Pals of a feather # 1

    • There are many factors that change when birds have migrated. One of them is the fact that they can interact with any other species and they have a common cause for it. They may band together with a species that would never join after the migration is over. The behavior changes. Thank you, Donna. 🙂

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