Tuesday, February 9, 2021

At the Feeders and in the Trees #42

 I hope everyone is remembering to feed the birds. Their food source is low and it sure is cold outside. 


A Carolina Wren gave me an interesting pic the other day. You never know when that unusual shot is going to come. It's not a perfect pic, but I was happy to get it. Take a look:




I've been checking the feeders several times a day to make sure there is continuous food for the birds.


Keeping them all happy and fed. Oh, to just get a seed.


Chickadee and Cardinal



Purple Finch



Northern Cardinal


Chickadee




the Dark-eyed Junco (notice those pink legs and pink beak)



The female Cardinal, isn't she stunning!




Reaching in for seeds (now that's really sticking your neck out).





Success with a seed in their mouths.









A Balancing Act




Beauty, their brilliant color!



Thanks for stopping by - Judy.

Linking to:

Nature Notes @ Rambling Woods on Monday pm 

MET Monday @ Between Naps on the Porch

Imaging (on Tuesday)



My Corner of the World @Photographing New Zealand

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

Thursday Favorite Things @ Follow the Yellow Brick Home

Grace at Home @ Imparting Grace on Thursday

Friday Favorites Link Party @ Penny's Passion on Thursday


Pink Saturday @ How Sweet the Sound

Saturday's Critters @ Viewing Nature with Eileen on Saturday 

Saturday Link Party @ I'd Rather Be Birdin'

Mosaic Monday @ Letting Go of the Bay Leaf on Sunday



12 comments:

  1. Your Carolina Wren has a good attitude - keep calm and dance till your dizzy! Thanks for feeding the little birds wonderful photos!
    Wren x

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  2. Amazing images, the female cardinal is a beauty.

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  3. cute, you captured some amazing moments.

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  4. Judy - I miss Cardinals so much, and I agree with you that the plumage on the female is spectacular! I am keeping my feeders full; when I go from the garage to the house, the birds fly up to me to let me know if they are empty!!!

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  5. Incredible photography!

    I especially love the Northern Cardinal!

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  6. Magnificent photos! Thank you and you brightened my freezing, dreary day! Happy Valentine's Day to you!

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  7. Hello, Judy
    Your birds are all so pretty, lovely series of photos. I am making sure my feeders are full, the birds are happy.
    Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, have a happy weekend!

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  8. You take such wonderful shots at your feeders!💖

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  9. How wonderful to have these visitors at your feeders! They are so diversely gorgeous and I'm sure they appreciate getting a good meal there :)

    I'm so glad to see you at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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  10. Hey, Judy! How can I get in touch with you? A friend saw a picture of a china pattern she loved and she sent it to me thinking I might know what it was. (It seems I have quite a reputation for china hoarding - I mean collecting. 😂 Anyway - I saw your blog name on the pic and I tried to find it here, but with no success. It seems to be an Easter post. I’d love to share the photo to confirm if it is in your collection and get the pattern and maker for her. Thanks!

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