What a wonderful back yard you have :-) Beautiful Cardinals!I managed to get some pics of the eclipse here in Cumbria.Season's greetings, Lana!
Its very nice to see a different colored bird besides the plethora of blackbirds that seem to making my part of town a pit stop/rest area while on their way to warmer parts of the world.
I counted 'at least' 62 Goldfinches in our feeders this morning.
Best wishes for the new year!
Nice selection of birds at your feeders Lana. I rally like that moth too. Cranberry Blossom Worm Moth, wow!
It's not only the variety of birds but also the variety of feeders that you have that made me smile :-)
And a partridge in a pear tree- Very nice!
Lana, Great pics as per usual...love the moth especially. Thanks for sharing!
Maalie; Thanks for the kind words about our backyard. :) I'll definitely be over for a look at your eclipse pix as soon as I can--thanks for the heads up! Happy New Year. :)G; We get blackbirds here, too, but not many & not often.Charles; Cool, baby! Thanks for counting. :)Travis C.; Back atcha! ;)Larry; Thank you. Evidently the moth (which migrates through our area only in Nov./Dec.,) is a real pest in N.J.dreamfalcon, Larry & Neil; Thanks!Scott; Anytime. Glad you enjoyed. :)
Love those cardinals! We have them all year, but the male's bright red is especially appealing amid the drabness of winter.
that´s a nice feeder. But it would not work here. It would quickly be covered with snow. :)Wish I had backyard birds like that.
I do like those beautiful Cardinals. Unfortunately I'm bummed out on this subject as after returning from a week with the grandkids in Colorado, I found all my birdfeeders buried under a foot of snow... AND all the birds long gone. Zilch Not a one remained behind. I think they all fled south to Louisiana.
Wonderful bird feeding pic! I can watch then for hours! Nice moth too!
Such cute little friends! I hope my birds back home in Jackson haven't gone hungry while we've been away.
Marvin; Yes, the cardinals are very nice to have. :)NatureFootstep; Thanks. Our climate is so wet & humid that sometimes seeds start growing in the trays!troutbirder; Just start feeding the birds again. They'll be back. ;)letspaintnature; Thanks, hon.Halcyon; Our non-tray feeders typically hold enough seed to keep the birds happy for a few days (at least,) when we go away.
We're covered in snow here in Ottawa. I see the odd flash of blue from the blue jays that are still around. I miss the glorious red of the cardinal though. Wonderful photos, Lana
PhotoDiction; Thank you. I'll take good care of your migrants 'til Spring. ;)
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