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What does any (in)sane person do when the temperature drops 30 degrees and a misty drizzle is dripping from the skies? Why fill the feeders and head out with the camera, of course! Now, I should clarify that this wasn’t what … Continue reading
The Northern Cardinal is a common bird where I live, so common that it is easy to forget how beautiful they are. Just look at this fellow – I sometimes wonder what my reaction would be if I was seeing … Continue reading
This sweet Cardinal was perched among the Rhododendron blossoms. I’d say these are definitely “Birds and Blooms” photos!
As I sit here sorting through some of my pictures, it seems several birds made a stop to wet their feathers in the backyard waterfall over the weekend. This Robin showed up and splashed about… …as did this female Towhee. … Continue reading
So, I need a little assistance. In a couple of weeks I get to start leading a Bible study on the life of the prophet Elijah – you know – the guy that God had the birds feed! Typically, I … Continue reading
There are many mornings my backyard birds arrive and begin looking for breakfast long before I have had a chance to refill the feeders. The more patient ones land and politely look about, like this Cardinal and Titmouse. Others, like this … Continue reading