Filed under Corrales birds, New Mexico birds
Tagged as birding, birds, birdwatching, Corrales, Greater Roadrunner, nature, New Mexico, NM, photography, roadfunner, wildlife
Ah, the irresistable Roadrunner. Gotta love ’em. I lived in Las Cruces for four years from 1968 til 1972. When we played golf at the NMSU golf course, they would steal golf balls from the greens. I wasn’t a student there, of course.
Now they are all over the place here. They are so photogenic. Nice pictures, Linda.
Thanks Bob! I wish I could have seen one with a golf ball! I’m really happy to have them in my garden. :)
Great captures Linda!
Thanks Steve. I feel very fortunate to have them living at my house.
Beep Beep! Did ya’ send me one yet?? Great shots Linda!
Thanks Cindy. They’re actually harder to get into a box than one might think. ;) I do love roadrunners!
Great photos Linda. Aren’t they just great? Only ever seen one once, and that was only a fleeting glance! I guess this was in your yard? So lucky!
You’re just going to have to come to NM. Roadrunners live at my house! :)
Great shots Linda
But where’s the Coyote?
Oh yea he hit the rocks again!
I have coyotes at my house too! I live in a Looney Tunes cartoon I guess, although the coyotes don’t seem to fall off a cliff. . .
Fantastic photographs of the Road Runner! They are such cool looking birds. Seeing them brings a smile to my face. How fortunate you are to have them in your area. Great profiles!
Thanks Julie! I’ve very happy that roadrunners choose to live with me. :)
Wow, Linda!! Awesome captures :-)) They look prehistoric!
Thanks Cindy. They’re cuckoos! Fun to watch, pretty to listen to. :)
Ah, the irresistable Roadrunner. Gotta love ‘em. I lived in Las Cruces for four years from 1968 til 1972. When we played golf at the NMSU golf course, they would steal golf balls from the greens. I wasn’t a student there, of course.
I would love to see them stealing golf balls! The mental image makes me smile. :)
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