While I have been distracted by the butterflies flitting about the front yard, a steady stream of birds has been visiting the backyard feeders.
Here is a rhyming rundown of some of this past week’s visitors. We’ve had –
and Cheerful Chirpers.
and Mealworm Crunchers.
Just because I’ve been preoccupied with beautiful butterflies, I didn’t want you to think I’ve been neglecting my backyard birds!
And if you happen to be a regular reader, you can tell from the photos that my Red-headed Woodpecker is still making appearances, as is my young Bluebird, Booger. 🙂
22 thoughts on “Rhyming Rundown”
So nice to see Booger and I do think the peanut popper may be my favorite of this bunch, Kathy! ❤
Peanut popper is one of my juvenile jays who is quite vocal and quite inquisitive!
So you know him? I feel like I may have drawn him before? I swear, Kathy, these birds know you and that is why they have such personality when you snap them. You two know each other, how can they not?? ❤
Superb 😍My favorite is beautiful lady cardinal 💕
She is lovely, isn’t she!
Absolutely natural beauty!
Excellent shots, they all display the birds’ personalities!
It is always fun when you feel like you can convey a bit of personality from a photo. I know you would agree since your pictures do the same. 🙂
Thanks. I think it adds a good deal to a photo!
Gorgeous captures Kathy.
Thanks! The “ugly season” for my birds is fast approaching (the end of summer when they are many are molting) so I’d better get them while I can!
Do you give all of them names?
Not all of them. I only end up naming the ones that show up frequently and have something memorable about them – like Booger, who has come everyday since leaving the nest. 🙂
Excellent photos, Kathy. I especially like the red-head. Those woodpeckers are so showy and yours is an wonderful shot.
This is the longest I have had a Red-headed stick around, so I am thrilled. 🙂
I have missed your back yard birds.
Oh Kathy, I just love the female Cardinal capture, she is gorgeous! And little Booger’s expression appears as if he got his beak caught in the mealworm jar. 🙂
Booger indeed has a serious mealworm addiction!
Wonderful rundown, Kathy!
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