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Monday, January 7, 2013

Bird Love

The birds are really starting to come, but I have got to get to where I can identify all of them.  I love to see how they sit on their little perches like they are standing guard, doing a ballet dance, solving the problems of the world, or checking how far down it is to terra firma. 


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22 comments:

  1. sweet little guys. chickadees and tufted titmouses are some of my faves, too.

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  2. They're definitely a lot of entertainment! Especially those little guys I think they're chickadees who hang upside down.

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  3. I love it when they hang upside down.. nice captures!

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  4. The one on the upper left is a chickadee...don't know about the rest. You created a lovely collage for them. :)

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  5. Oh, yes! I love it when they hang upside down, too! Delightful captures for the day! Hope you have a great week!

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  6. Lovely photography ~ you will enjoy the birds coming.

    A Creative Harbor) aka ArtMuseDog and Carol ^_^

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  7. Terrific captures, I love to watch the birds that visit my feeders.

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  8. these are beautiful, love the bird-houses, too. i feel sorry for the birds trying to solve the world's problems.:p

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  9. Lovely collage of the cute little birdies. I wish I could get something besides sparrows at my feeders.

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  10. Yes, I love watching birds. I have four feeders and 3 suet feeders and plan to put up another one (or two).

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  11. great sequences of photos. gorgeous bird.

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  12. The Chickadees and Titmouse are great yardbirds. I love to have the feeders close to my windows so I can watch the birds. Genie, have a happy week ahead!

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  13. Great selection!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  14. Wonderful photos. Just because we don't know their names doesn't mean we can't enjoy watching them.

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  15. Nice shots of the feeder birds Genie! Isn't it nice to be able to go outside and see birds in your yard?

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  16. Cute and lovely!
    Love watching them too;o)
    I think the first one is called a "mésange" in France!

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    Hope you are having a wonderful week, Genie*****

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  17. May you always be in very good health and may all your dreams come true for 2013! Hope you will be able to come to France this year;o)
    BONNE ANNÉE, Genie!

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    Et à bientôt****

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  18. Beautiful photos, a delicious bird.

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  19. Sweet little guys and gals.. I'm a tad green with envy, Genie :)

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  20. I really need to get a feeder!! Great photo's!

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