Tag Archives: spring

Fluffy Flirtatiousness

This cute little Titmouse was very attentive to a second Titmouse that was perched the next tree over. He seemed to be doing his best to impress her – first trying the fluffy feather approach… …and then striking an oh … Continue reading

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Feeling Chipper

I was down in the backyard taking a picture of this handsome Robin as he perched on the fountain rocks… …when out  popped this chipper little fellow.  I’m pretty sure we were both a bit startled. After retreating several rocks … Continue reading

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Return Of The Catbirds

After spending the winter months in Saint Somewhere, a pair of Catbirds has returned to my backyard for the spring and summer seasons. Now some may find these birds to be a bit dull and drab, but I see them … Continue reading

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National Peanuts For Breakfast Day

I hereby declare today National Peanuts for Breakfast Day! At least that’s how it seemed by the way my birds were acting this morning! I went outside to fill the feeders, and everyone made a bee-line for the peanuts.  Even … Continue reading

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Have You Ever Seen A Robin’s Ears?

My new birdbath has become quite a happenin’ place! The other day I enjoyed watching a couple of Robins splash about. Robin number one landed in the water and wasted no time before engaging in some serious wing flapping and … Continue reading

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Pretty In Pink

This sweet Cardinal was perched among the Rhododendron blossoms.   I’d say these are definitely “Birds and Blooms”  photos!

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Out With The Old, In With The New

Over the weekend, hubby and I took a trip to the “Orange Store” and came home with a new birdbath.  Our old one had served us well for many years, but over the winter months it cracked to the point … Continue reading

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