i like the larks striped face and the second shot with the lifted wing
It's always fun to see your visitors. :)Happy Sunday from Port Canaveral!
I love all the variety of birds. Enjoy this day.
Love the name of these small little birds.
Variety of birds,but all need to eat.
Modest little thing!
They sure do enjoy the outdoor buffet! Great shots!
They are happy little things! :)MersadMersad Donko Photography
Cute little guys. They look a lot like a white crowned sparrow which we see around here in the spring and summer. :-)
Sweet little things. Isn't it cool to see the different birds come through during different seasons? They're like old friends who have vacationed away for a while.
They are beautiful :) Great photos :)
Such cute cheeky chaps. Have a serene and easy Sunday.Best wishes Molly
It looks very clever.
Wow...lucky you to see so many of the Lark Sparrows!! They're so pretty. As are the buntings, both male and female.I'm working on Hootin' Anni's right now, but I see you're gonna share this link at I'd Rather B Birdin' today...so I'll add my thanks for linking up now.Enjoy your day...is it cooler there as here in Corpus? 'Bout time, huh?
Oh, how I love the variety of birds at your feeder! They are so entertaining to watch them come and go with the seasons! Your juvenile bunting is really pretty!
They have such adorable expressions! Keep your eyes open for some of our Monarch Butterflies! Another amazing beautiful creature. Hard to believe they can travel so far!
Such fun to watch as they come and go with the seasons!
Morning, love all your fine feathered friends at the feeders. Such a nice variety, love the Lark Sparrow, not around these parts. Blessings Francine.
Awww, the Lark Sparrow is so pretty. I haven't seen one of those yet, nor have I seen a Painted Bunting. Great photos of them both, Theresa!
Love their muted style/look . . . Dainty and dusty . . .
How adorable and sweet looking. Blessings, Catherine
Great photos! This is my bird fix for the day as it's raining in Tennessee today. Thank you.
you always provide pictorial testimony as to how luck we humans are to be sharing this earth with such beauty. we must make smart decisions as to how to maintain this relationship and beautygracias mi amiga
gorgeous shots, they are in amidst of a stompin' ground of seeds, heaven on earth for them :-)
but you are south!!! how far do they go???they are beautiful and very lucky birds!!! you take such good care of them!!!!
Birds, birds and more birds. I love the green colors int he bunting.Thanks for sticking with our blog Tex. I know we have been absent a lot but hopefully I and the others can get back to a regular schedule of posting soon.You're the best!
They are such pretty birds!
An interesting bird series. It's amazing how much that painted bunting changes from juvenile to adult.
Cute little guys. Great series - no tree rats. I am glad I could begin your day laughing.
The birds sure do love your place and I sure love checking in and the glimpse into your hood.
They're handsome little sparrows!
I wish those Buntings would come here for a visit. :) Have a lovely day.
Those buntings are little charmers!
I do love your birds for the day, particularly the little Buntings!! Little charmers indeed!!
So sweet birds...enjoy a happy sunday....love Ria...x!
Great shots of your little visitors. I've been so busy lately that sometimes I forget to refill the feeders but the little birds returns as soon as I refill them again. Thank goodness the neighbour also feed them so I know that even if I miss they are well taken care of. Have a great day.Hugs,JB
Always important to have clean-up crew.
Nice, I love how you captured these beautiful birds in this bright pictures!
Lovely Lark Sparrow, mighty fine.
These are wonderful sparrows.
So the buntings have bailed. I wonder what that portends for this winter. :-)
Beautiful birds Tex!!Great captures!Have a lovely week!!Dimi...
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Very nice. The lark sparrows are quite rare here. I only seen one ever. Painted buntings never. I'm forced to go to Corkscrew Sanctuary in Florida to see those in winter. Darn!!! :)
What a great return on putting out seeds for a feathery friends.`
Don't believe I have seen Lark Sparrow... I like the head markings.
Usually you separate the men from the boys. this time you had a variety.
Nice birds! The green one is very similar to a bird who is here too.
pretty birds. they know where to go to get a good meal....Tex's diner. lol
Sparrows are all so cute. All of them! Buntings and finches, too.
these are 2 lovely little birds that have dropped in for a feed.
I can't see a lark without thinking of the line from "In Flanders Fields" that says, "...the larks, still bravely singing, fly, scarce heard amid the guns below." Your birds are beautiful, Theresa!
Such beautiful visitors you are having.
What pretty little birds!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/?s=The+Adventures+of+Fuzzy+and+Boomer&submit=Search http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
Still envious of all your varieties!
T, lovely little birds! I love all these little brown jobs
Like Sandra said, I too like the stripped face of the first photo Very nice, as always!
Lovely shots of the birds, Theresa!
The birds are wonderful. I noticed many gathering here either for their migration or the weather's heading for a change.I saw your niece on a post from last year. I hope all has gone well with her project.
Those buntings remind me of my Mom's parakeet, Lucky - a memory from long ago. He flew south, too.
Lark Sparrow is such an interesting concept but your photos bring home how it really is a bit of both.
lark sparrow... a well chosen name I think. :)
Pretty birds! They are served an all you can eat buffet.
Sweet little birds - great close-ups!
I've never seen a lark sparrow before!
Both are beautiful birds! The lark sparrow would be a life bird for me! Great captures!
What a great set of markings that bird has.peter
So cute with very pretty markings.
What little cuties and what good photos!
These are cute !
Oh sweet! We got to see Lark Sparrows last Winter when the Snow Buntings came to visit. Lovely!
They all need to get fattened up for winter:@)
Busy loading up for Winter. Sweet things.
perfect name for them! I love birds too. Often I notice that you have already made comment on another blog post that reflects my response. Fun!ALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral =^..^= . <3
The painted bunting is very pretty; love the color. :)
Those Lark Sparrows are beautiful!!!!...:)JP
They're lovely and delicate little birds!
Interesting that they don't all fly south at the same time.
It's so fun that you get so many migrating visitors!
The Lark Sparrow looks so different from other sparrows. I like the striped face.
I like the stripes on top of the head.
I like that little splash of yellow on the sparrow's head.
Hi Theresa, I was just thinking of your Painted Buntings this afternoon and was hoping someday to see one here in FL. Your pictures are great! I do think from pictures, that it must be a juvie. Have a tremendous coming week and happy Columbus Day!
Oh, sweet little birdies♡♡♡ And LOVE the lovely eyes for you,Theresa♡♡♡ I can find sparrows here but they're surprisingly agile p:-)Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*
Sweet shots! I love the second one, where the sparrow is gently lifting one wing.
You sure do get an interesting variety of feathered visitors to the Run*A*Round Ranch!
The lark sparrow is really sweet! :)
Little birds have such charm and spark. :)
Dearest Theresa,You are far more knowledgeable about the differences between a sparrow and a lark sparrow than I would be... Lovely bunting!Hugs,Mariette
Gone south? thought you were the South. :-} Nice photos!
Nice pictures.Our garden birds are not keen to eat much of what we put out - back to the drawing board!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
two very pretty birds
Sweet and precious little birds. Pretty photos.
Our buntings don't stay that long. Lucky you. Maybe I need to invest in whatever seed you're using; they seem to like it. The lark sparrow is so pretty.
I can so terribly enjoy all those beautiful birds. And you always have those beautiful colored birds:-)
What interesting little birds you see on your ranch, beautiful coloring.
very pretty, I love to watch them eat!
They are so cute and I'm sure they are thankful for the seed!
Beautiful series on birds! Nice focus on both the species
Very pretty. Your buntings are gone.. kind of sad. Our tanagers finally left too.
Sparrows look so cute out there. I have to pay more attention to "mine"... :-)
Pretty birds! That bunting is green? I love it!
Hi TWG - love the little Lark Sparrow .. so pretty .. while the juvenile bunting looks healthy .. lovely photos .. cheers Hilary
I've never seen a Lark Sparrow. They have the yellow "eyebrows" like the white-throated sparrows. Love those elusive buntings, too! What a handsome one you have there.
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