Archive for the ‘Sweetwater Wetlands’ Tag

Red-winged Blackbird   2 comments

This robin-size blackbird is easily spotted because of a red shoulder patch on each wing. The red-winged blackbird can be found in the desert southwest near fresh and saltwater marshes, along watercourses, water hazards on golf courses, and wet roadsides. 

— kenne 

Red-winded Blackbird-blog

Red-winged Blackbird-blogRed-winged Blackbird in the Sweetwater Wetlands, Tucson, Arizona. — Images by kenne

 

Grunge’n’Art Mexican Duck   Leave a comment

Whitewater Draw (1 of 1)-17 Mexican Duck II_art blogMexican Duck — Grunge Art by kenne

Mexican duck art
Created from a photo
My grunge’n’art piece.

— kenne

 

Flight   Leave a comment

Duck-8042 blog“Flight” by kenne

A true conservationist
is a man who knows
that the world is not
given by his fathers, but
borrowed from his children.

— John James Audubon

Red-winged Blackbird   1 comment

Red-winged Blackbird (1 of 1) art blog

Red-winged Blackbird (1 of 1)-2a blog

Red-winged Blackbird, Sweetwater Wetlands, Tucson, Arizona — Images by kenne

A true conservationist is a man who knows that the world
is not given by his fathers,
but borrowed from his children.

— John James Audubon

Capturing The Moment — Let’s Get It On   1 comment

Dragonflies (1 of 1)-2 blog“Let’s Get It On” (Blue-eyed Darner mating)  — Image by kenne

Flame Skimmer With A Clipped Wing   2 comments

Dragonfly (1 of 1)-4 blogDragonfly (Flame Skimmer) at Sweetwater Wetlands, Tucson, Arizona (October 1, 2014) — Image by kenne

Sucking The Long Straw   3 comments

dragonfly (1 of 1)-3 blog“Sucking The Long Straw” — Image by kenne

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