Thursday, February 23, 2017

STILL LIFE WITH BIRDS


Right before I left to help the Lad adjust his, huh, house with the move and such, I had captured these snaps of the birds out the kitchen window. I had just laid the new seed on the sill and already it was like The Birds within seconds.......


One of my favorite to watch is the Tufted Titmouse.....

Titmouse with a Bluejay behind him
I thought these next two shots were sweet of these two separate dove couples.....

22 comments:

  1. Beautiful pics. If I made a post of birds on my blog, it would probably be me flipping the double angry birds at my upstairs neighbors. Maybe if I'm lucky, I'll have a nice tree outside of my next residence and see some birds of my own.

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    1. I should send the big red bellied woodpecker out there to peck at their ass's to get them out. If he pecks at there window every morning , they will be gone soon enough!!!!

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  2. What type of tree is it with all those red knobs? I understand why they are called bluejays...such vibrant colour to brighten up the gloomiest of days.
    "The birds are gathering "!...

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    1. The tree in question is a maple, and with the very mild temps we have had, the knobs are getting bugger already. Do you get Blue jays down under Prinny?

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    2. Sadly no...but we do have blue "Fairy Wrens" that frequent the garden at the palais on a regular basis

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  3. :-) The Engineer bought a new bird feeder. When I fill it - it is too heavy for me to put on the hook1 I can put it on a shelf so they can still get to the food.

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    1. They will eat you out of house and home, where ever the seed is.

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  4. I swear, your like a bird magnet. So many birds!

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  5. You are the finest of bird-watchers, Mistress! Do you have a bird box in your garden?

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    1. No Gorilla I don't, but I do have one in the bedroom.

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  6. da boids is here! no cardinals in these pix though.

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    1. I only saw a few cardinals this year. I don't think it was cold enough this year. But how's bout that swallow?

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    2. now THERE'S a subject on which you could expound at length, mistress!

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  7. Each time you share photos of your birds, I like you more. You are a sweetheart.

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  8. I hope you don't wear your Tippi wig when you leave the Casa?

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    1. And if you get a chance tootes look at Monday's post. Are they your brooms dear?

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  9. Wonderful photos and I especially like the doves.

    I laughed at "Inexplicable's" Tippi wig comment.

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    1. I love the doves too, especially in the morning...with there cooing. Just relaxes me and I want to stay in bed.

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  10. The most doves I have seen is maybe three. So many doves you get!!! I too love watching the titmice. They are adorable.

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