This sweet Stilt posed for me, but the light wasn't quite what I'm used
to and the glare in the image is more than I like. The pose was
adorable, so I'm sharing these iffy pictures anyway. I can
adjust for black birds, or white birds, but a black AND white bird in
bright sunlight is a tough photograph to get right.
Yum, Fish! I wish the fish had been a bit more clear, but the light
wasn't good enough for a tighter aperture, and I was focused on the
Black Necked Stilt's head, which given the length of that beak, was a
very long way away from the fish. Regardless, you can see that this cute
little black and white bird
Dry land in a wetland tends to get used. Down a photo and to the
right there's another little spot of dry land with some
growing on it. At the base of the plant, a Black Necked Stilt is
sitting on her nest.
This Black Necked Stilt was barely in range of my lens, so I enlarged
the egg picture a bit to see the eggs.
Once again I find myself with better photos and a page already made on a
creature. I'll start another. Fly on over to: