Friday, January 6, 2017

Outdoor Cafe

A new fallen snow always brings out a large crowd.


Mourning Dove

Junco 

 House Finch

Cardinal and Titmouse

Cardinal

Titmouse

Blue Jay


Joining

14 comments:

  1. The last few years hubby has put out a bird feeder. The kids when young use to and we hadn't done it since then. So interesting to try to determine what birds are visiting. So far, we think, we've had the nuthatch, nc chickadee, cardinal, blue jay, mourning doves, and bunches of sparrows. I need to get a good source for identification. I thought we had a junco, but not sure because some birds look so similar. I like seeing your titmouse. I'm not sure if we've had one of those or not. Agree, the snow does bring them out.

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  2. brrrr, the birds look so cold! Great photos!!

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  3. These are some good pictures. I always enjoy feeding birds in the winter.

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  4. all of the photos are beautiful and precious birds, the last one I just love with the corn cobs standing up. what a great idea for feeding birds, like a buffett

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  5. Such beautiful birds. You've reminded me I need to put our bird feeder out. Thank you.

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  6. Our bird feeders are right outside the window where I sit at the computer so I've been watching them flit and flutter back and forth...and fight each other, too! ;-) Your photos are awesome. Thank you soooo much for sharing with us today. HOPE you have a great weekend.

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  7. I LOVE these photos! Happy to see your birdies are being well taken care of in the snow! We have their cousins down here in Florida...they were the smart ones who got out before the snow! Ha! I'll let them know that their relatives are being fed at your house! :)

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  8. What a great cafe.....wish I had a cardinal...so pretty.

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  9. I am a sucker for bird photos! These are just wonderful.

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  10. You have quite a cafe going there. The photos are beautiful!

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  11. I have quit feeding the birds because the starlings were getting it all almost...but I miss it. almost got more feed when out today but didn't.

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  12. What a lovely variety of feathery visitors!

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