Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Try as I might, whistling shrilly just before I depressed the shutter, I couldn't get this Black-shouldered Kite on the power lines to turn around for me.
The Black-shouldered Kite, a common bird of prey, is a small, grey and whie raptor with black shoulders. The upperparts are blueish-grey, with black wing coverts which appear as a distinctive black shoulder patch.
If you'd like to see frontal views of this beautiful bird, please click here
I'm linking to Wild Bird Wednesday here
HAPPY WEDNESDAY TO YOU ALL!