2018 Fish Ohio Crappie - 17" long
It's amazing that we share a lot of the same birds and live so far apart!!
It looked like your starlings were having a meeting in that photo - loved it!
It looks as if that three little birdies are having a conference ;)
Tom, I never tire of seeing great pictures of the birds. I'm featuring a Cardinal tomorrow also... Thanks,Betsy
You got quite a few visitors on your sunny day. Hopefully you'll have more (sunny days and birds) in the days ahead.
I'm impressed be your knowledge of birds!
When I see the little birdies outside in the winter, I feel so sorry for them - their little feet are so small, they have to be cold!!! Poor things!
Great sequence, Fishing Guy!Those three birds in the first picture seem to gossip! Beautiful!
Great bird shots!
I like the way you frame the birds :-) Lovely little portraits of each.
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Some of the birds are here as well. But the cardinal is unknown here I think at least I have never seen one. Beautiful photos!
Ok, now you've gone and done it - you've made me homesick for all the birds I had around my feeders when I lived up north! I'd almost forgotten that dark eyed juncos even existed. *sigh*Tink *~*~*NEW at My Mobile Adventures *~*~* : Friday the 13th at Walt Disney World
I'm a huge fan of the humble huge fan of the humble house sparrow. Could almost be my garden, well if I had that beautiful cardinal which I am still so envious of.
We are seeing the occasional starling here in Michigan now. They are funny, but they are also gluttonous when it comes to our suet feeders.And they take a bath with more vigor and flurry than any other bird I can think of!
Hi the sparrow and background are very artistic! Nice photos. Hope all is well there and the snow leaves.
I wish I was more successful in finding birds to shoot, I mean photograph. :-)
I love the song of the robins. Great shots Tom.
FG, Love the way you presented your locals..always fun to see those cardinals!!
I just love those Cardinals FG!!
Love the bird photos. We usually have a ton of dark-eyed juncos, and I haven't seen as many this year either.
Love the bird photos, but I'm not crazy about starlings, they invade our feeders. I think juncos are so cute. I got pictures of robins this morning.
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