My Father’s Birds

The following pictures were taken at the cemetery where my father is buried.

This covey of quail was a pleasant surprise when we went to visit my father's grave. I have had the distinct pleasure of quail hunting with my father. These critters brought back memories.

Here they are again jumping off the rock wall.

A cactus wren, next to a cactus. How appropriate!

And another shot of the cactus wren.

A gilded flicker.

A gilded flicker again, from a different angle.

Last but not least, I think this is a black-chinned hummingbird.

About Eddie Lewis

Eddie Lewis is primarily known as a free-lance trumpet player in Houston, TX. Eddie makes a living playing trumpet, teaching trumpet and jazz improvisation, writing trumpet music and authoring trumpet books. His second book, Daily Routines for Trumpet, is used regularly by thousands of trumpet players around the world. If you would like to purchase some of his CD's, feel free to visit our online music store at http://www.TigerMusicStore.com.
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