Saturday, February 23, 2008

Birds in the Snow

Lots of Sparrows & a male and female Cardinal
waiting to fly to the feeders

Mr Cardinal & a Sparrow

Top ~ A Tufted Titmouse
A BlackCapped Chickadee on left
& a Sparrow on the right

A Blue Jay, Sparrow
&  Mr Red Bellied Woodpecker

A little Dark Eyed Junco, they are ground feeders.

We got NEW snow, seems we do daily
& hubby had filled the feeders!



mon@rch said...

The birdies really flock to the feeders when the snow hits! Great photos and love seeing whats great with your birds in Singing Woods!

The Feathered Nest said...

Such beautiful photos, Deena! And Rich is such a sweetie to fill all the feeders....I think we should keep him! xxoo, Dawn

jthom03 / Jan Thomason / said...

deena, was blog surfing and came across this one and discovered it was yours! oh, and i LOVE it - all of the birds - how wonderful!!
thanks for sharing these fabulous photos:) jan

hillgrandmom said...

I think the cardinal bird such a beautiful bird. What a colour! He rivals a peacock in the splendour of his feathers:) What colour is the female?

Karen H. said...

Good Morning Deena,
The pictures of the Birds in the Snow are just beautiful. "THANK YOU" for sharing them with us. Rich did a great thing in filling up the feeders for the Birds. I know they were happy to see it. The pictures of the Eclipe are just breathtaking. We didn't see it here because it was cloudy and very windy and cold outside here that night. The wind would cut right thru you and I didn't want the girls getting any sicker. Take care my friend and have a great day. May God Bless You and Yours.

Love, Hugs, & Prayers,
Karen H.

Trudy Honeycutt ~ Folk Artist said...

I love stopping by your blog for a good bird pic fix!! Thanks for sharing!! Hugs, Trudy

Fete et Fleur said...

The cardinal is such an incredible pop of color against the snow. Very Beautiful!

jennifer said...

Oh I LOVE the birds! We had 4 blue birds playing in our yard today. I sat and did nothing but watch and smile! Jennifer

Suzanne said...

Awww, I love the little birds!! How pretty!

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