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Gail Dixon
Worked at Kaywood Distributing Co., Inc.
Lives in Baton Rouge, LA
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A few days ago I went to Bluebonnet Swamp to check out the owl/owlet situation. No sightings of the chicks or their parents, but I was blessed enough to witness a male prothonotary warbler enticing a female into a nesting sta...
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More of the hooded mergansers from the lake behind our State Capitol. I am so happy to learn that these are year-round residents here, though this is the first year I've seen them. More information may be found at allaboutbir...
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Postcard by Kim Deslandes and modified by me.
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Most of my blogging circle has taken a break, so I wish I had thought to post this sooner. My warmest and best Christmas wishes to the most wonderful blogging friends on the planet! I love and appreciate each one of you!!
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Least sandpipers with winter plumage spotted in Madisonville, LA on the shoreline of the Tchefuncte (cha-FUNK-tah) River. Thanks to Wally Jones who posted this species on his blog, helping me to identify my shots. ...
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More images of the prothonotary warbler: Eating a crane fly As Anni mentioned in the comments section of the last post, the name "prothonotary" refers to clerks of the Catholic church whose robes were bright yell...
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Most of my blogging circle has taken a break, so I wish I had thought to post this sooner. My warmest and best Christmas wishes to the most wonderful blogging friends on the planet! I love and appreciate each one of you!!
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Well, here it is, Christmas week, and I have yet to post any Christmas-themed photos. Scheduling posts weeks in advance is a wonderful feature, but it does take some planning. And I forgot to plan for Christmas! My daughter b...
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More shots from LSU Lakes in mid-November. Great egret Great egrets on golf course. They reminded me of lawn ornaments. I stalked this poor green heron from one end of the lake to the other. I think he was ready to take out...
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  • Kaywood Distributing Co., Inc.
    Office Manager, 1988 - 2011
  • SSBA
    Purchasing Clerk, 1986 - 1988
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Gail Breaux
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Mother of three, dog lover, amateur photographer.
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Wife, mother, Christian, amateur photographer, dog lover.
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Baton Rouge, LA
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Carrollton, TX - Irving, TX - Lafayette, LA - Channelview, TX - Dallas, TX - Kittery, ME
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Think Pink
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My dear friend, Renae, of Simple Sequins, asked her blogging circle to adorn their blogs with pink today. It was supposed to be her first da

SX50 Round 2
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I'm still trying to work with the Canon SX50. Most of the usable shots have been with the tripod attached. Some shots have come out okay han

The Day I Fell In Love
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We do not owe the tax man!! There's still the regular quarterly payment, but at least we don't have to send anything else. Hallelujah and wh

Goldie
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Sorry if you are sick of seeing the prothonotary warbler, but it's a bird that was on my wish list for over a year. This is the female, Gold

Double D
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Look what I found in my Flickr archives! Someone favorited a photo from my stream recently and since I hadn't been to the site in ages, I th

Rebirth
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This time of year is so refreshing. Colors are singing along with the birds, buds are bursting forth in bloom and leaf. I love it. One day i

Geodad
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A few days ago I went to Bluebonnet Swamp to check out the owl/owlet situation. No sightings of the chicks or their parents, but I was bless

SX50 Test Run
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Happy Monday morning to you all! I've been playing with the Canon Powershot SX50 quite a bit, and though it's been a frustrating experience,

Prothonotary Pursuit
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More images of the prothonotary warbler: Eating a crane fly As Anni mentioned in the comments section of the last post, the name "prothonota

Peppy
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Tex's Fence meme has been on my mind quite a bit lately. I've never really made fences a main subject in photography, but needing something

Rookery Action
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Instead of having this post scheduled days in advance like I normally would, it's 4:00AM and I'm just getting started. Sometimes insomnia wo

Lake Martin Hodge Podge
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Miscellaneous images around Lake Martin, LA. on 3/22/2014. Early morning view Pied-billed grebe Pileated woodpecker. No amount of coaxing wo

The Reds
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Years and years ago when someone in my family was irate about something or someone, my grandmother would say, "He's got the reds." Is that a

"Let's make it perfectly clear...
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I don't like spiders and snakes. And that ain't what it takes to love me." Remember that song by Jim Stafford? It just came to me as I was c

Barred Owl Extravaganza!
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Double D and I enjoyed such a wonderful weekend, ending it with Barbara and Barry, the devoted barred owl pair at Bluebonnet Swamp. What mad

Happy Green Day!
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Top of the morning to you on this fine St. Patrick's Day! It's amazing how a sunny, productive day restores the soul. We had a great time bi

They're baaack!
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Beyond thrilled to walk out into my backyard this weekend and hear the distinctive high-pitched bzeeee call of the bird I look forward to se

A Sleety Day
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How is it we are in the first week of March and still seeing nasty, sleety days? The poor birds. I photographed these from our boat port win

The Usual Suspects
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Sorry for the same cast of characters. I will try to do better as the weather allows. Thank you for your patience. All images photographed o

Golden
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These are images of the American goldfinch seen on Jan, 9 at Bluebonnet Swamp. They were wearing their drab winter colors, but now are start