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Sunday, February 4, 2018

Feeding and Taking Pics of the Birds

I just love watching our birds and taking pictures of them.

I'm not too sure how they feel about being watched so closely while they eat, though. I do it from inside our windows, but they seem to know I'm there.

Our weather has been crazy this winter. We go from 50 or 60 degrees one day to snow and cold the next day.

The robins are confused, too. They have returned and we look out and see dozens of them in the yard at one time. I hope they like seeds, because I don't think they will be getting any worms out of the ground any time soon.

Do you like taking pictures of your bird visitors?



  1. I don't think the robins fly south as much as we think. I believe I've read that they just head for the woods.

    1. Hi, Gorges. I sometimes wonder about that, too. Seems they show up a lot earlier than they used to.

  2. Beautiful shots, Janet. I am not taking many bird photos this year. My new camera needs a different lens for zoom shots and I can't afford one yet. It's a learning curve with this one.

    I am happy to have so many purple finches this year. We don't usually have them so it's a real treat. Lots of the pine siskins too. And the towhees are coming right up on the porch. I read that they're supposed to be shy, but they seem to have got over it up here.

  3. Your bird pictures are nice. I love watching the birds in our backyard.

  4. I love visiting with the birds outside on my deck and in my yard. Love watching them. So much beauty. I agree- this weather with its ups and downs has been confusing for birds (and humans). :)

    Beautiful photos!

  5. wow !!! beautiful and so lovely work :) i really like your good idea so much.Thank for sharing.



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