Thank you for commenting on my blog. I love your bird pictures and just had to laugh at the last one and the comment. I too try to capture birds and have deleted many photos because they weren't looking at me. Have a great day!
I didn't realize jays came in green. What colorful birds!
Yep, That is the green jay. We have so many!! I haven't yet seen the blue jay.
sweet bunch! no wonder they're after the sugar water!
I thought it was funny. I had not seen that before.
Man I would love to go here! I've had (a) hummingbird the last 3 days...it won't eat...just checking things out..but love seeing it!
You are welcome here anytime...
That baby owl is darling! What a blessing to be able to see these birds and photograph them!
Yes, My husband and I really love birding..
Oh how I love birds.. and it was fun to see the ones you posted! One of the best parts of having our water feature in our backyard is seeing all the birds that come to drink and bathe in it. Just yesterday there were yellow goldfinches! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
So beautiful Marissa must be nice to be out there and getting see them enjoy the summer months!!!!
Thank you Marisa
Hi Marissa, you were asking about the bird feeder for my waxeyes. Very easy. Melt some dripping (lard), mix in rolled oats (or other breakfast cereal) and broken up wholegrain bread crusts. When it cools a bit pour it into disposable cups and let it set. Put a long string through the bottom of the cup before you pour so you have a long piece like a candle wick and long enough so you can tie it to a tree or bush. I hope that makes sense. Waxeye is the name of the bird, a New Zealand native bird, also known as a Silver-eye.I love the photo's in this post, the birds are so colourful.Diana
Thank you Diana.
I just love birds!! You really got some nice candid shots! It is fun to see the pictures that you like to share. Thanks for sharing them!Blessings,Susie
Thanks I enjoy going out there and taking pictures .. only it has been HOT!!
I LOVE birds. They are so beautifully colorful! blessings ~ tanna
They are so beautiful. I love them. I have been trying to take a photo of my woodpecker but so far he keeps turning his back to me and blends in with the bark on the tree, little stinker that he is. Have a great weekend. Hugs
Thank you Kat!!!
Love these pictures!! That owl is so precious! Big Hugs ;o)
Thank you Stacy.
You got some really great bird shots!!! Love the first one of the owl.
I think that is mine too...
Good Morning Marissa, I'm glad to be back and able to catch up on all my friends posts. Alaska was incredible! We took a train ride from McKinley National Park to Whittier, where we caught the boat and actually were able to see Sarah & Todd's house as well as her parents house. Pretty cool. Have a great day my friend!Hugs, Noreen
Until very recently, I had no idea of all the varieties of jays. Your green jays here are another example of some that are new to me. I'm sure that they don't belong on the hummingbird feeder! Cute captures of so many birds...I like the oriole doing those neat tricks. He's a contortionist.
Marissa,You sure have a lot of bird watching going on with all those fabulous flying wonders! What a great crowd! Lovely pics, thanks for sharing!Poppy
I've never seen the green ones before. They are sort of cute and unexpected!
Marissa - Gorgeous bird shots!Judy
Amazing bird photos - loved seeing the parrots in another post of yours too. Also wanted to say that I love your fall mantel - great pumpkins and most of all, congratulations on your upcoming baby. Praying the adoption will work out, Marissa. I enjoyed my visit to your blog today. Blessings, Beth
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