Life on a family dairy farm
in the wilds of
Upstate New York
These are adorable. Clothespins and a Junco. I never get my juncos to perch high!(And I never look at sparrows that I don't think of your devotion to them ;)
Now that looks a bit chilly, stay warm. Great shots..:-)
Great shots, all very sweet. I love birdies! :)
Plumpy little fluffy birds!You got the snow sparkles to show up as sparkles, too! I can never get the SPARKLE....only light spots among the white. Not nearly so exciting as yours.
Very nice. They really look ready for the cold.
Looks plenty frozen there too..great shots of your feathered friends:)
Good ones. It does look a bit chilly.
Like June said - how do you get the Sparkle effect?But I love your Feathered Friends, hope it doesn't stay Freezing there for much longer
Fine feathered friends!
Indeed! I love your fine feathered friends.
Cathy, thanks...and oh, yes, i just love those little Sassenachs. lolEd, thanks! It has been, which is why i could get so close to them. Usually they are much more leery, but they were hungryDibear, thank you! I do too!June, thank you! First time ever that I have managed that and I have tried many, many times. Didn't do anything different that I know of, just luckyEva, thanks, they sure have been coming to the feeder a lot since it has been so cold. Five species of sparrows at one time!Far Side, thanks!janice, been a miserable week, but the birds do help make up for it. Thanks!Lisa, thanks!Martine, thanks. I wish I could tell you, but it was just a lucky shot. i have tried many times before without successTCSL, thanks!Aurora, they are!MTWaggin, thank you kindly
I just found out that I have Juncos...I had to go to the Wild bird store and ask them what bird I had. They are replacing all the horrible flocks of House Sparrows, which I am delighted with!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
the chill is reaching my bones here in the middle of the desert :)great shots
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