29 July 2014

Bathing crows









These hooded crows were having a bath
in a puddle in the Esplanade Park in
Helsinki 11.6.2014.

I'm linking to Wild Bird Wednesday.



48 comments:

  1. What fun to watch them splash around together!

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    1. Thank you EG! I had fun watching them.

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  2. Flotte bilder av kråkene! Ble de rene?!

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    1. Tack, fru Ranten! Det tvivlar jag på, men våta blev de i alla fall. :)

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  3. they are different than our black crows here in the state and they are very pretty. Thanks for sharing your wonderful images.

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  4. Tänk att dom har så litet bad ,kul bilder .Här har dom inte ens ett bad så¨åå torrt här ,kram Nette

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    1. Tack Nette! Vi skulle behöva få regn nu, men det ser ju inte så lovande ut.

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  5. Funny birds and beautiful photos.

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  6. HI Gunilla They love as if they are really enjoying their bath. great shots

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    1. Thank you Margaret! It looked like they had fun.

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  7. Those are fantastic pictures. They look so happy.

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    1. Thank you Adam! They were having a great time.

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  8. Great photos of the crows - but there hardly seems enough water for them to use!

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    1. Thank you Mick! There was very little water, but they had fun anyway.

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  9. I always enjoy seeing the birds bathing, they look like they are having so much fun! Great series!

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    1. Thank you Eileen! It looked like they were having fun.

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  10. I love watching birds especially in the bath. They look happy !
    Great photos ! Greetings :)

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    1. Thank you Ela! They seemed to enjoy themselves.

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    1. Thank you Monica! It certainly looked that way.

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  12. Oh My; how LOVELY to see them bathing and the hooded crows are the first (maybe) for me♡♡♡

    Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs to from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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    1. Thank you Miyako! Lots of hugs from me to you!

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  13. well they are amazing crows!

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  14. These birds are so cute! Wonderful photos!

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  15. Those Hooded Crows are beautiful. They sure are having a good time, splashing in that puddle!

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    1. Thank you Pat! They sure were having fun.

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  16. So sweet! I bet they enjoyed their bath!

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    1. Thank you Marie! It sure looked like they were.

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  17. It is delightful to watch both birds and babies bathing!

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    1. Thank you Jennifer! I completely agree with you!

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  18. Hello Gunilla!:) Fantastic captures of these Hooded Crows! What a little puddle for three large birds, even so they did their best to cool off. It must have been fun watching them, and they are very attractive with their blue eyes.

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    1. Thank you so much! They all wanted their share of the water. I enjoyed watching them a lot.

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  19. Goos work Gunilla. Here our Carrion Crows are so afraid of man that pictures like that are impossible. Hooded Crows are in Scotland and Ireland but not England.

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    1. Thank you Phil! The city crows are used to people. They don't scare easily.

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  20. What great captures of these crows. Have never seen this bird.

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  21. Oh how fun to see these, they were so enjoying themselves, great share~

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    1. Thank you Mary! They took great joy in their bath.

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  22. You crows are much nicer than the crows in Islander Country lol .....
    Very nice mapped :-)

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  23. WOW!!! Love the coloring on these birds. They really stand out from other crows. Amazing birds! AND beautiful!!!

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