...oh, you have green grass:)))Here snow is melting, and it's raining a lot. Like it:) Means that we are closer to spring:)Here we will have green grass in a couple of months.Have a nice week:)Greetings,Berit.
I too,love the Mourning Doves.There is a sweetness and gentleness about them. Blessings,Ruth
I love Mourning doves, and we have lots. Just love their cooing. They have such a soft face, and rarely ever argue with the other birds.B.
I love them too, I love watching them and I like how sometimes in the sunlight they have a pink light in their feathers. We have so many that sometimes they look like little flocks of chickens in my yard.
They look like they're made of velvet...
I love mourning doves. There are some nesting on our neighbors' deck, and we can hear them every morning and evening.
We had a nest that they made in a tree in Illinois and loved watching them.
Beautiful birds! I love how the sun beams in in your pictures, my friend.Enjoy the first day of S P R I N G ! xxxxx
We get a lot of doves in our yard....the hawks love them also...they snatch at least one from our yard every year! Poor little things!
Hey Tex, I think it is cool you had some hummingbirds; now THAT's a sign of the warmer temps...I too like the mourning doves but mostly for their coo.Have a tremendous evening!
Now, that's is something we have on our ranch every day...dove and the hummingbirds. Our hummingbirds stay around all year long if I remember to keep the feeders full:)
I love mourning doves as well -- so peaceful and pretty. No hummingbirds yet. It's 55 degrees here and windy.
such gentle things. our robins have returned! that's our sign that spring is here! yippeeee!
We've got tons of doves also. Way too early for the hummers here though.
I'm finally back in the blogosphere and see you've been giving that camera a workout. Love the doves. We have a flock roosting on the ridge behind the house and they pay a visit to Burd Town each evening.
beautiful pictures, i love doves also. i don't know why people feel they are a nuisance. i posted some pictures tonight that i think you will love. take a peak when you get a chance, i really posted them for you!!!!
Besides their wonderful 'cooing' I love the sound their wings make as they do a fly-by. They're toward the top end of my list of favorite birds. 'love & hugs from afar'
I think doves are such sweet birds. :)
Lucky for you Hummingbirds! These are some sweet photos.
I'd love to come browse on green stuff!
Add me to the admirers of the Doves too--I just wish they wouldn't gobble everything up on the ground! But I think in watching them, that they are eating to store up energy for making baby Doves...I'm seeing some of the 'courting' signs already! No hummingbirds here in VA that I've seen, but I've got my food all ready for the feeders!
I love Morning Doves they are fun to watch. Their cooing is a happy sound in the morning.
great post ...way better than my dove post.....
I agree, Doves are cool birds! The cooing is always so relaxing to hear. I had a couple of them visiting my bird feeder and bird bath. They come and go. Very nice post to honor the birds of feather.
We have alot of morning doves here too :) We call them the "whooo whooo" birds. When my oldest was 2 she decided this name & its just stuck!!
Those are very close pictures. Grate job you have done. I also have dove's picture but they are not close pictures. That's why I'm not publish those.
You are so very fast:) Thanks for the kind comment. Tiffany
Hey T., I told my husband about your hummingbird siting. He said, "Great! Just another 1800 miles and they'll be here!" LOL
Hummingbirds! Really? I need to get my feeders out if that is the case!
Great dove shot. We don't have many, but a few.
Amazing. Love he colors.
Well done....... I've seen more MDs up here this winter than ever before....It's a real treat!
Great shots and colors, I love it!Happy Tuesday dear.
Oh, me too! I love their sound, and their smooth, plump little bodies. :)
What a lovely capture...
Awwww... I love sweet little doves! And I can't believe you saw some hummers- I better get my feeders ready too!
Spring is Springing everywhere! We have wind, hard cold wind right now! Love the photos of the bird and sweet Marigold. What a delight!
We love Mourning Doves too. No hummers yet but we have a Phoebe couple. FeeBee!FeeBee!FeeBee!FeeBee!FEEBEEEE! All the dang day they FeeBee!
She looks pretty much like a Spotted Dove,which I see plenty around. Would love to see some hummers at your feeders. I wonder whether those sugar-water feeders would work on our Sun Birds,the closest we get to the Hummingbirds.
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