4/5/14  Jim and I are taking a “Bird Watching” class with our first session at Newnan’s Lake. This was the first bird we saw and I was struck by its beautiful blue/black colors.  Males have very long tails that make up almost half their body length and that they typically hold folded in a V-shape, like the keel of a boat.  These gregarious birds breed abundantly in salt and freshwater marshes along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts and throughout Florida. 


Ginger Scraps:  Zoe_Chere Kaye Designs; Teatime Anytime, Viola Moni; Color Pop 2, Created by Jill Scraps; template: "In My Easter Bonnet", Krystal Hartley, Digital Scrapper