15 December 2010

Cape Weaver

This bird provides a good, but safe object lesson in why there is a rule at the game parks that say you must not feed the animalls. They become very demanding...........in fact they can become pests.  There is an advantage in that they come in quite close. Thankfully the Cape Weaver cannot take your arm off or overturn your car.

10 comments:

Anna said...

Max-e I had that issue once too, so I had to stop feeding them, as they brought some rodents crawling inside my house walls. Well, I still like birds, and this one is nice. Hope you are doing well otherwise. If I don't get to visit you before Xmas, wishing you and your family all the best for this Christmas, lots of health and wealth. Anna :)

Firefly said...

Super close up shot

Naomi Johnson said...

What a beauty!

Naquillity said...

beautiful. simply beautiful. hope all is well.

shabby girl said...

Great shot! I love the look on his face!

katney said...

Lots of problems with feeding the animals in a wild setting, though many here like to have feeders in their yards. At the national park there is an stopping place where the squirrels will come sit in your lap to see what you wish to share (or not) from your lunch.

flutietootie said...

Nice close up of the bird. I like the details you were able to capture.

sonia a. mascaro said...

Great close up, Max!
Gorgeous color!

sonia a. mascaro said...

MERRY CHRISTMAS!
FELIZ NATAL!

ascu75 aka Don said...

BIG Beady eyes but bright and beautiful. XXX Don