Batman, The Dark Feathers

Friday, November 16, 2012

Front View of Dark Feathers Bird
My neighbor, the renter, moved out last month and left a horrible mess in the yard. The owner had to hire a landscape company to fix up around his home; so after the workers left, I saw a flock of these dark feather birds on my driveway. They looked like Batman to me through my window for some reasons, and I have never seen them before either.


Side View
At first glance, this bird looked like sparrow, but when I saw the black outfit with black mask on its face, I know it was not. When it flapped the wings, it looked just like Batman, in a smaller portion :-) This flock of bird only appeared on that day, and now gone.

Back View of Dark Feathers
Do you know what it is? Or is it just a sparrow and I dream of Batman? Not to worry, I am still sane, for now that is! Nature always amazes me and has me wonder...Enjoy your weekend!

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18 comments:

  1. You have not seen it before because it is Batman.

    It is active only at night.

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  2. Beautiful photography of a very unique type bird ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

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  3. They are very pretty. I love bird watching. I wish I could hire a landscaper. lol

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    1. So would I, Judy!
      I'm glad my neighbor hired them to clean up and chopped down some tree that took over my driveway.

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  4. Isn't this a dark-eyed junco? Not sure. They are so pretty in the snow, I remember.

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  5. Being able to take photos of a bird is a blessing. Keep your heart light.

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  6. Like Marie, I think this is a Junco.
    But... where's Robin???

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  7. They are the cute dark-eyed Juncos. They a winter bird here in Maryland. They make the sweetest sounds, great shots!

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  8. dark-eyed juncos! love 'em! i know they're migrating right now.

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  9. I would agree with Marie, I think it's a dark-eyed junco. We only get them at my feeders during the winter time. Lovely little bird and your photos are great.

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  10. It is a Dark-eyed Junco. They breed in Canada and then migrate to southerly throughout the rest of North America for the winter months.
    Delightful little birds.

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  11. I don't know what kind of bird it is, but he's beautiful. Blessings!

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  12. don't know what they are either, but they are gorgeous and pretty original. nice catch :) xxo

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  13. I see what you mean with the batman nice shots

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  14. Nie wiem co to za ptak, więc może być i Batman :. Uroczy ptaszek. Pozdrawiam.
    I do not know what kind of bird, so it may be, and Batman. A charming little bird. Yours.

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  15. Not sure what kind of bird but a bird none the less! Great shots!

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