It's the Galápagos Islands. Does anything else need to be said?
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
All grown up
Earlier, I had some shots of nestling mockingbirds and finches. Once the nestlings have developed their feathers to be able to fly, they become fledglings and can fly and leave the nest, but are still dependent on their parents for food. Finches build their nests at all heights, and this particular fledgling was quite curious before it took off from the nest.
Some juvenile ani's were grooming each other and generally behaving as siblings often do