Thursday, May 31, 2018

Ibis Drop By


The Ibis dropped by for  visit, INSIDE the fence which they never do. The lucky thing for them is our Hunter Jake, no longer smells, hears, sees them. I took the one shot above and because we were rained in for our 3 day week end, decided to PLAY in Lunapic.


Ibis are a common sight in our yards here in Florida. Like some have sparrows and song birds, we have Ibis and Herons. I asked these birds "are you an Ibis? cause I've been chicken you out"

Since my emails from comments quit coming into my gmail, IBIS you all so much!

for photos of the 2012 invasion click HERE


Caption for this one is Flamingo IBIS, the color that is.

20 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

Wow, they are awesome!! They do not live anywhere near here. My favorite is the next to last picture. What do they eat in your yard,bugs, plants?

Denise inVA said...

Aren’t they just amazing birds. Love your editing.

Ann said...

I think Gibbs would be going ballistic if something like that landed in our yard. I like the third picture down the best. It kind of looks like they have water puddles around them.

Betty Manousos said...

i like ibis. striking, even beautiful birds. love your edits, especially the last one.

Mildred said...

Beautiful and I love the edits. It's hard to get used to the blogger changes; none of us are happy!

Sandra said...

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Sandra said...

oops

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
I like ibis too; the ones we had in Sydney were called Royal Ibis, they had black, featherless heads a bit more like vultures, so rather less appealing than yours, but they are still graceful and comical. Although in the city centre they have become as prolific and nuisance-worthy as pigeons when it comes to stealing sandwiches!!! YAM xx

Gayle said...

Nice effects on the Ibis.
Guess I didn't read the small print about comments. I have my Blog icon (links to the blogger screen new blogs are composed etc) in my bar at the top of my browser screen. I click there and then click comments on the left column. A little more cumbersome but at least all comments are in one place.

Karen said...

They are so pretty. Amazing how many different birds their are in different areas.

eileeninmd said...

Good morning,

You are lucky to see these cool Ibis in your yard. I miss all the Florida birds. Love the photos and edits. Cute puns. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

jandi newall said...

I love all these edits! so lovely.

KB Bear said...

They are such elegant birds. Great photo, and Lunapic did some fun edits!

Madi and Mom said...

IBISes or is is IBISI are gorgeous real and Lunapic'd.

What a mess with the comments notification.

I'm still getting notification of new blog posts via email but I never had email notification of comments
Hugs C
PS I hope you are feeling better

Mevely317 said...

They're so beautiful! My favorite is slide #3 ... why, your detail is such (that) I feel I could reach out and stroke their feathers!

Saimi said...

What interesting looking birds. You're lucky to have such exotic birds in your area, so pretty!!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

I like what you did with them. They almost look like plastic statues.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Lovely photo of the Ibis.

Chatty Crone said...

Those are in your yard??????? those are amazing and gorgeous! Wish we had them..............

The Gang at LLB said...

I love your Flamingo Ibis! I'll trade you a few Egrets and Heron for some Ibis...I would love to see some out here!