Thursday, May 15, 2008

Daily Visitor

Shy Eastern Blue Bird
Not so shy Downy Woodpecker

Blue Bird from afar

Our new Friend..she hasn't a name yet
but she'll have one soon. She spends alot of time
scratching up seed ..LOL

She comes and eats and goes daily now. I hear them calling in the woods behind us. One day
"Tom" came with her and waited outside the fence , patiently showing his feathers, till she was
finished eating.
Wonder what "the rest of the story" was.
smiles, Deena


Cheryl said...

How beautiful when those very special moments happen.
Is is always an honour when wildlife choose you to visit.
Thank you Deena for sharing.

Lori said...

i wish i had bluebirds here, they look so pretty! did you ever hear of Holden Arboretum? it is very close to my home and i know they were doing a study a few years ago about how to get the blue bird to come {?back?} to Ohio...i have never seen one...

smileymamaT said...

wowEE what beautiful photos in here. I wonder what the story was, too.... Your bluebirds seem so much brighter blue then ours, isn't that interesting...wonder if maybe I just ought to put my reading glasses on? :)

Jenn said...

Beautiful ~ Thanks for sharing...I just love the birdies!!! Jenn

p.s. Love the desk on whimsy blog also...would hate to put anything on top ~ its too pretty!

BittersweetPunkin said...

Wow Blessed you are to have so many visitors!!! Lovely photos!I hope you doing are in my thoughts.


Rhondi said...

Hi Deena
I love bluebirds too. They never hang around our feeder but last year they used to come and play in our birdbath. Sometime's there were 3 or 4 of them.
Hope you have a good wekend.
Hugs, Rhondi

GreenishLady said...

How wonderful to have such visitors. And now I've been able to visit them, thanks to you!

GardenGoose said...

such pretty visitors. hope you have a lovely weekend. want to invite you to my blog having a drawing there.

Mary said...


God has given you a very special place to enjoy his creations. Love the eastern bluebird and the woodpecker. The turkeys are beautiful as well. Thanks for sharing your wonderful Singing Woods.