Saturday, November 11, 2017

Critters: November 11, 2017

Saturday's Critters, Camera Critters, and I'd Rather B Birdin'

Colbert County, Alabama, USA, November 3, 2017
When we were driving around looking at the Autumn leaves last week, we met this pretty lady and her chauffeur, David. From her hair bows, I would guess she went Trick-or-Treating at Halloween!

She enjoyed being petted, and her fur was so soft!

I'd Rather B Birdin'
Pickwick, Tennessee, USA, November 6, 2017
We saw a small flock of Ring-billed Gulls, Larus delawarensis, at Pickwick Lake on Monday.

But only a few came close enough to shore for a good photo.

Have a wonderful week-end!

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  1. Hello, what a cute dog. She is pretty with the bows in her hair. Love the gull shots. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

  2. dogs are the best animals in the world, and that includes humans. No other creature is often so pure and sweet

  3. Great photos ~ love the sweet dog!

    Happy Weekend,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  4. Pretty pooch and love those hair bows. I liked your seagulls too. Thanks Lea. Happy weekend to you :)

  5. That dog is the cutest! A natural blond too...heehee! Hugs!

  6. Puppy would have done well on Halloween!

  7. Ooh, I'm getting to know other countries' birds now :D I recognised the ring-beaked gull - mainly because they are so similar to our silver gulls, just with spots and that ring - but Saturday critters is teaching me :D

    Lovely fluffy dog and birds and lakes are always good combos. Thanks so much for sharing :D

    Best wishes,

  8. I would have sure given her a treat if she came to my house...

  9. Such a pretty dog! And the gulls photos are great.

  10. I can't tell for sure, but that 2nd gull, if it had pink legs/feet, it would be a juvenile herring's definitely larger than the first gull.

    Thanks, as always, for sharing this post with us birders at I'd Rather B Birdin' this week!! Your participation is very much appreciated.

  11. What a cute dog she seems to not mind having the bows on


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