Wednesday, January 8, 2020

At the Feeders and in the Trees #39

When winter arrives, the Cardinals start their daily visit. 

What is thrill it is to look outside and there they are sitting on the branches of the trees off of our deck.

This one has grabbed a seed and clinching it in his mouth. Enjoys the content. Soon drops the shell.

The Northern Cardinals certainly made by day. Take care friends and remember to give the birds food and water - Judy.

Linking to:

Tuesday's At Our House @ Our Home Away From Home

Tutorials & Tips @ Home Stories A-Z

Inspiration Tuesday @ A Stroll Thru Life

Talk of the Town @ Kick of Time on Wednesday
Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop @ Claire Justine

Home and Garden Thursday @ A Delightsome Life on Wednesday evening

Thankful Thursday @ It's a Small Town Life
Little Things Thursday @ Random-osity

Friday Photo Journal @ Serendipity is Sweet

Thursday Favorite Things @ Follow the Yellow Brick Home

Grace at Home @ The Charm of Home

Sundays at Home @ My Soulful Home on Saturday

Pink Saturday @ How Sweet the Sound

Celebrate Your Story @ Celebrate & Decorate on Sunday
Saturday's Critters @ Viewing Nature with Eileen on Saturdays
Camera Critters on Saturday

I'd Rather Be Birdin' on Saturday at noon

Mosaic Monday @ Letting Go of the Bay Leaf on Sunday


  1. Hello, lovely shots of the beautiful male Cardinal. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend.

  2. Cardinals sure do brighten up the winter days!

  3. a cute bird and in red color .. I love your photos!
    greetings Elke

  4. ...I have yet to attract a cardinals, your sure are colorful.

  5. Gorgeous cardinals photos ~ ^_^

    Happy Moments to You,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  6. They are always a thrill to see in the winter. I saw no males this week but had three females rummaging around the feeders.

  7. Cardinals really make us feel like winter, even in our mild climate. You got great pics! Love your cute snowmen in the banner too!

  8. I love your Kentucky Cardinals (and I know that’s not the proper name, but it’s what I call them even when I see them here in Florida). I’m sure I’ve told you about my Kentucky-born and bred mother and how I grew up in the Pacific Northwest not quite believing the red birds she told us about really existed!).

  9. Judy - I have been around Cardinals most of my life, but I am still astonished by the color of the plumage on the males! Of course, we don't have Cardinals in Montana, so I am very grateful to enjoy them vicariously through blogging buddies!

  10. Happy Pink Saturday, Judy. Thank you for joining us to make Pink Saturday special.

    We are inundated with cardinals right now, too. In fact, there is one at the feeder outside my office window right now. This post is being featured on my Pink Saturday post this week as "the one with the most clicks".♥

  11. Such amazing photos Judy. We look forward to seeing the beautiful red against the grey days like we've had but none so far. Thanks for sharing your photos. Have a wonderful week.......