Sunday, November 28, 2010

Busy, busy, busy

Goldfinches and warblers at the feeders.
I like the little guy clinging to the wood block under the feeder.
Looks like he's taking a header off the feeder now.
All aflutter.

24 comments:

Farm Girl said...

What nice pictures of your birds. It looks so nice out there around your pond. I like all of the different kinds of birds that you have.
what a nice place to sit and watch.

Kent Island Red said...

Love that! Do you have a bench nearby where you can sit and watch them? I sometimes sit and watch the birds who come to my feeder for an hour at a time. It's quite an education...and very relaxing, too.

By the way, you reminded me that I need to go out and get more black oil sunflower seed since I'm almost out.

Sharon said...

I just love watching the little birds, some of them can really be characters!

Home In The Hollow said...

Birds are so much fun to watch and listen to. I just joined a Bird Club this month...:)JP

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

I have the birds feeders where I can see them while sitting here at my computer--Its been a busy place the last couple of days and I wonder if that's an omen about the weather to come? If so, I"m in trouble! :-)

Also, THANKS for your kind and thoughtful comments for Hamlet, I really do appreciate it!

Joe said...

Quite a collection. The birds have really started hitting our feeders now that the temperature has gotten colder.

Canyon Girl said...

Lovely pictures of sweet birds. What a nice collection of bird feeders you have.

Louise said...

Looks like lots and lots of Goldfinches there. Greedy little buggers, but so cute to watch. You certainly do have a nice feeder setup there, but, where are the squirrels?

texwisgirl said...

So funny, Louise. I had thought of them recently too and wondered where they've been. I've seen them on the other side of the pond, along the wood's edge. I think they're living the high life off of acorns right now and scoff at the feeders. I need them to return, however, so I can get some more pix like those I use in my header... I've used squirrels in my header since I first started this blog back in April. :)

Nancy said...

Love those little guys -- so colorful and yes, busy! You did such a great job capturing them on your feeders. :)

Karen Thomason/Gordon Setter Crossing said...

So, THAT'S where my birds go to when they fly south!!

Farmchick said...

We love watching the birds at our feeders. Such fun, especially in the winter.

wayside wanderer said...

Oh, what a hungry bunch. I bet you refill often. They are sure worth it!

Verde Farm said...

What a beautiful scene. I just love to watch songbirds at my feeder and it excites me to get this much activity. I bet your birds are very happy with full bellies :)
Amy

Judy said...

Oh my word, how awesome is that! I would love to see that outside my window.

Dawn said...

This is absolutely wonderful:)
Is your "sitting bench" near here...because it would be a great place to think and "worship":))

I am so behind posts from being away....sorry.
But I am wishing I lived where you live right about now.
Oh how I do.

I hope you a wonderful new week!!!!
:)

Angela said...

Wow! You have a lot of feeders with lots of variety for your birds! Love it! I finally filled my feeders up today.

Have a Great Week!
Angela

Deb said...

lots of action....cute little guys...

Nature ID (Katie) said...

Wow. How much birdseed do you go through in a week?

bon bon said...

holy cow! the rumors of holiday travelers are true! :oD

Allison said...

Ok, I have got to get some more feeders! Hubby put up a standard feeder for swallows, but I like the assortment you have here!

Zondra Art said...

Beautiful photos!!!
Kisses.

Country Mouse Studio said...

you must have a full time job keeping these full :O)

Out on the prairie said...

Around here feeder placement is where you don't wade through much snow to fill them. I keep a few by a window to amuse the katz.I like how you have so many in one place like me.I am putting more out with the cold coming.

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