Juvenile Birds

It seems like maybe there have been more than a usual number of immature or juvenile birds this week, so I’m featuring 5 today. 🙂

Tomorrow morning, I go on a guided bird hike and expect to get a lot more above the 35 species I’ve photographed on my own so far. 🙂 Plus, I’m taking a tour of the farm where 85% of the restaurant food is raised and that will probably be tomorrow night’s post! 😊

Here’s my 5 juvenile birds . . .

Clay-colored Thrush juvenile bathing in a rain puddle.
Black-bellied Whistling Ducks, maybe brothers & sisters?
Great Kiskadee kid in bright yellow downy feathers.
Purple Gallinule, maybe more like a teenager? 😊
Northern Jacana juvenile, my favorite shot.

¡Pura Vida!

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