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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

A Few Birds.................

Not much is happening outside. The snow has about gone. Its been raining the last couple of days. I have been filling the bird feeders constantly but the darn squirrels have been raiding them. I put out a load of old walnuts and they have loved them. These are a few birds I saw today. The Cardinals are so bright that they are hard to miss.


He was sitting in the tree for quite awhile. The next time I looked he was at the feeder since the squirrel had left.

His Mrs was in the bush and on the ground. She didn't seem to want to come to the feeder.


The Mourning Doves are always around somewhere and hard to spot when on the ground. They blend in really well.


If I had gone outside I could have got some pictures of the pansies that are still blooming and there are still a few mums out there. Nothing great to take pictures of though.


Merlesworld said...

The Cardinal is a fine fellow.

DeniseinVA said...

Lovely photos of feathered friends.

lemonverbenalady said...

My favorite birds in winter are the cardinals! Great photos!

Magic Love Crow said...

Gorgeous pictures of the birds! Really enjoyed them ;o)