Saturday, April 28, 2018

Looks Who's Back

I am thankful to see the Rose-Breasted Grosbeak return to my feeders. 





A female cardinal and the grosbeak share a little space on the feeder filled with safflower seeds. 





The Ruby-throated hummingbirds have also returned to my feeders.







Thanks for stopping by - Judy.


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18 comments:

  1. Hi Judy, I would be excited to see this gorgeous specimen in the feeder too! Great snaps (how do you do that). Your blog is looking great........loving the header.

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    1. Thanks Emily, my feeders are just off my back deck then I use a camera with a zoom.

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  2. Hello Judy, it is wonderful seeing the spring birds return. I love your RB Grosbeak and the sweet hummer. Wonderful photos. Thank you so much for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your day and weekend!

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  4. ...you sure have some colorful visitors!

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  5. what a superb camera and taker

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  6. I haven't seen that kind of grosbeak! Wonderful!

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  7. Wonderful! Beautiful!
    We saw a pair of Rose-breasted Grosbeaks at our feeders a few days ago. I wish they would stay the summer with us, but no, they are on their way farther north.
    Love seeing the Hummingbirds, too!
    Hope you are having a great week!

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  8. Love the Grosbeak. Wish one would stop by here. The hummingbirds are so much fun to watch. One came up and hovered next to the window staring at me. I went out to fill the feeders and checked to see the sugar/water level. It was empty. I think he was complaining to me about the service. I filled it and now he seems happy.

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  9. I’d be beyond excited Judy! Beautiful birds all...I’ve never seen a rose-breasted!

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  10. You got some awesome shots! I especially love the first one of the grosbeak!

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  11. Oh wow...I have not seen a grosbeak or hummer yet...I have my feeder up for the hummer and all the other feeders too.. Michelle

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  12. Wow! Stunning images. Happy that your Grosbeak is back. The hummers are amazing. Happy Spring!

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  13. Hummers for me, but no Grosbeaks this year. Makes me sad! Thanks for linking up today!

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  14. Hello again!
    Thanks for your visit and comment on my blog.
    To answer your question about the bluebird houses. They should be mounted 3 to 6 feet off the ground. Have you noticed bluebird houses mounted on pasture fence posts? That is about the right height.

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  15. What special birds to see at your feeders!

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  16. loved to see the grosbeak and the hummer :)

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