Saturday, March 22, 2014

Coot, Pewit gull, and Carp;

When I visited my city park to see the orchid exhibition early this month, these migrating birds were still in the lake at the city park.  I thought LUCKY me (*^_^*)  
I could see them again after a month later
Pewit gull were waiting for me lined up again.

This is the overall scenery of the lake.

A young couple with a little boy was feeding the birds. 
It seemed as if the dove was trying to talk to me :-) 
Lake was crowded with lively atmosphere under the sun.


A duck won the fight over food against carp. 
(dried wheat gluten, which we can buy from the store in the park) 
Hope you can see it from the pic left-side.

I'm linking this post to "Saturday's critters" & "id-rather-b-birdin’ ".


ps; Thank you very much for stopping by as always♪ I wished to link this drafted-post. 
                As I promised, I'll visiting you soon, friends♡♡♡

18 comments:

  1. HI Such a lot of birds and carp to see in your post today. it is lovely when one just happens upon a scene like this. Have a great weekend

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  2. Que lindo! belas fotos conseguiste com eles! beijos,lindo fim de semana! chica

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  3. Beautiful photos!
    Have a great weekend!

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  4. What gorgeous photos!! Very lively indeed!
    Wow, the lake is really crowded. The carps are huge! Good for the duck winning food against carp :-)
    Have a wonderful weekend, Miyako san!

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  5. Very creative action shots of the gulls and lovely photography and loved the 'little bird' talking with you ~ happy weekend , Miyako ~ xxx

    artmusedog and carol

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  6. awesome shots of the gulls in flight! and i love seeing the carp, too! wonderful place!

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  7. What a busy place! Great shots, I like the gulls in flight!

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  8. Such beautiful pictures. Especially the ones with the gulls in flight. (I am too old and too slow and can't ever get a good flight pictures.)

    Poor carp -- they will have to wait until the duck is full before they get to eat any of that wheat gluten! Such a cute picture.

    Thanks for posting. (I am sure we all have days when we have time to post, but not to visit. I know there are many times when I get behind on visiting. You are not alone!)

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  9. Hello Miyako, such a lovely variety of birds and the carp are big. The gulls are pretty I love the ducks, I see a Wigeon and some Coots. Great shot! Thank you so much for linking up with Saturday's Critters.. Have a happy weekend!

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  10. Dear Miyako,

    Thank you for taking us along on your trip to the park. I loved seeing the beautiful birds and how huge the carp are. I loved the sweet photo of the dove saying hello to you.
    Happy weekend dear friend and many thanks for visiting me.
    hugs
    Carolyn

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  11. Dearest Miyako,
    Great photos and so glad to see the duck secured her piece of food!
    You sure enjoy observing those water birds.
    Hugs and happy Sunday.
    Mariette

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  12. I always enjoy seeing gulls and the coots are just wonderful. I wish you a great Sunday. Lots of hugs from Finland.

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  13. Dearest Miyako san!
    The overall scenery of the lake you has beautiful photos are in under the sun.
    Have a nice sunday!
    Otosama & anatamo happy weekday!
    Michiko

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  14. Wow...what a fabulous post. And awesome images. LOVE the bird inserts you included. Well done Miyako, well done.

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  15. It's wonderful that you have a good place near to see many birds or so big carps. Their fight on food is fun. Observation of birds or animals is fun. Some birds come in our garden and I notice sometimes each birds' temper.
    Have a lovely week!

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  16. What a lovely place, my dear friend! I would have so loved to have seen it all, especially the wonderful birds. So many, and all so active. I'm glad you got to go, and I'm also glad you shared it with us! xo

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  17. That duck is very brave to take on such a large fish.

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