Che dolce foto !
I love the red-breasted, but since a neighbor did some logging, they have been rare in the yard. Your photos of the eagles are remarkable, as is their recovery. 10-15 years ago just seeing an eagle was an event. Now look at them!
beautiful blog you haveI love al these bird pictures
beautiful, up and personal shots.
Great shots. I wish I could take great shots, but alas I am a terrible photographer.Have a terrific Wordless Wednesday.Wordless Wednesday
isn't it cute....does it have very short tail feathers?
I love the clean background. Beautiful.
Wow! Are these birds so tame? I have no clue. They are so cute!!!!Your close ups are so crisp!
beautiful shots ;) happy ww.
Hi, Eileen!What a cute little bird! I love the shot of him (her?) holding the sunflower seed in it's bill. :)
It's so cute with the little seed in its beak. Awesome closeups! Happy WW
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gorgeous captures, beautiful bird.
These are wonderful pictures of the Nuthatch. I especially like the second picture with the seed in his beak.
You always get the great shots Eileen! I enjoy the nuthatches too! or the up-sidedown birds, as my grandma used to call them. we get this ones bigger cousin more often than the red breasted. and lots of woodpeckers. You were a lucky winning Wizard last Wednesday over at my place last week! come over & see the clue in it's entirety & take a guess at next weeks & don't forget to grab your Wizard badge ;) ~hugs, Faythehttp://grammymousetails.blogspot.com/2010/11/whats-warm-fuzzy-and-shades-of-orange.html
What a cute bird! I like the photo of the one with the seed in its mouth.
That is so adorable!annalyn
Great shots! What kind of camera do you use?Thanks for stopping by. I don't do snow very well either. :-D Hope this Winter will be a little more gentle this year.
Beautiful photo & great capture w/ the seed! Happy WW!
Great find, so well captured.
They are so cute!
Nice! Happy WW!
Wow you shots are amazing, such beautiful birds.Happy WW http://prem2pram.wordpress.com/2010/11/03/photo-props-for-premature-babies/
Wow, very lovely!Mariposa's WW!
That little guy looks intense. He also looks like he's wearing a little striped jacket. Great photos!
Great Photo! Happy WW!
They are cute! Great shots :)
Lovely capture.-----------------------------------My photography is available for purchase - visit Around the Island Photography and bring home something beautiful today!
this one is much cuter then ours. :)
Very nice! I love birds, too.
Can birds be adorable?? The ones in these pics sure are!! Thanks for sharing!
That's just too sweet!!
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What sweet little birds!It's wonderful to see them so close.
Great pictures! My 11yr old son loves birds, I'll have to share your blog with him...I'm sure he will enjoy it. Happy Birding!
Great Pictures! I am following you, visiting from the Wordless Wednesday Linky Hop!Happy Wordless Wednesday,˙·٠•●♥ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ♥●•●•Tracy @ Ascending Butterflyhttp://ascendingbutterfly.blogspot.com
Wonderful photos Eileen, such a darling little bird. I have been seeing the White-breasted Nuthatches a lot this year.
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These are cool!! Nice close ups and he looks like he's going to continue with his lunch!!
What an adorable little bird. Great close up shots Eileen, well done.
he is so cute.
One of my most favourite birds!
Eileen since I've moved to the woodlands I too have enjoyed getting to know different species of feathered friends. In looking at your recent post you have identified the tufted titmouse for me!!I have been wondering as I see them visit regularly waht they are..yes I do have plenty of peanuts for them!Did you view my previous post where I show and tell about several of my woodlands visitors..feathered and fur!
Thats pretty!! I'm not much of a bird person, but great photography!Heather From and Mommy Only Has Two Hands! and Lynhea Designs
Hello, thank you for visiting my blog and blog post. I decided to turn off comments for awhile. Have a happy day, Eileen