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The usual feeder birds

  • boriscleto (41 posts)
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    The usual feeder birds

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    twenty, 7wo7rees, HeartoftheMidwest and 3 othersbroiles, NV Wino, Enthusiast like this

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  • NJCher (1497 posts)
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    1. matches

    I look out my window at my birdfeeder, and this is what I see. :)

    Did you take these pics?


    Cher

    • boriscleto (41 posts)
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      4. Just something to do on a Sunday morning

      While waiting for warmer weather & the warblers to return…

      • NJCher (1497 posts)
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        6. Thank you for posting them

        i have enjoyed looking at the detail, something it’s hard to get because they are so constantly on the move.

        cher

  • NV Wino (2353 posts)
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    2. These are such great photographs

    I’m jealous.

    RESIST  
  • Enthusiast (6073 posts)
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    3. Aren't they so beautiful!

    Tiny aerial feathered dinosaurs. Tufted Titmouse, lol.

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    • NJCher (1497 posts)
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      5. It makes me happy

      just to watch those fluffy little aerial balls. A bag of birdseed is money well spent.

      cher