Wednesday, March 17, 2010

welcome back birds






they are coming back and the air is filled with their big hello
Could be cranes, but I´m not sure. Any ornithologist here?



viking no.122

I haven´t made vikings for a while and they were overdue.
Another tribe is currently coming to life

The royal art lodge makes amazing art

10 comments:

Beate Knappe said...

Deine Wikinger - schöööön wie immer und, diese Vögel, beeindruckend, oder? Mich rührt diese Natur in ihrer Perfektion immer wieder

Andrea said...

Difficult to say...
Too small...
They could be Cranes,but I'm not sure at all...

Bye

EP said...

Graugänse fliegen in dieser Formation

Wrennette said...

I am so glad that a new 'tribe' of Vikings are on their way. I have great hopes of having one...one day. I will watch for each and every one, please share them all with us, Sandra.

myriam kemper said...

Ich finde es toll, dass man die Vögel weit vorher hört und viel später erst sieht :-)

Einen lieben Gruß von
myriam.

Cyriaque_L said...

I appreciate your blog because I like the way you talk about simple things which make an happy life...Watching birds coming back is a thing I appreciate like having a look on trees and future leaves...
New Vikings ! Yeah ! I love them so much ! More more more !

respigadores said...

(^_^)

Jennifer said...

I'm not an ornithologist, but Canada Geese fly in giant V formation. I'm not sure if other birds do too...

konny said...

Yeah, these lovely birds are cranes. Their voices are also special; sounds like "kroooh". Welcome back too, although not many have arrived at our place (Hessen) yet....
PS Love your blog!

Anonymous said...

El tiene la misma cara que yo hacia mientras veia la foto de los pajaros:) o yo soy de mexico un abrazo desde aqui aunque tengas que traducir esto.

ein kuss
Makay I.F