Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Red-Breasted Nuthatch

I have been enjoying seeing  the RedBreasted Nuthatch as they visit my feeders.







I am link up with Wordless Wednesday  and Outdoor Wednesday with my cute Red-breasted Nuthatch.

Thanks to the wonderful hosts of these meme and thanks for stopping by my post.

51 comments:

  1. 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!

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  2. beautiful blog you have
    I love al these bird pictures

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  3. Great shots. I wish I could take great shots, but alas I am a terrible photographer.

    Have a terrific Wordless Wednesday.

    Wordless Wednesday

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  4. isn't it cute....does it have very short tail feathers?

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  5. I love the clean background. Beautiful.

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  6. Wow! Are these birds so tame? I have no clue. They are so cute!!!!

    Your close ups are so crisp!

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  7. Hi, Eileen!
    What a cute little bird! I love the shot of him (her?) holding the sunflower seed in it's bill. :)

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  8. It's so cute with the little seed in its beak. Awesome closeups! Happy WW

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  9. Stunning shots!

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  10. These are wonderful pictures of the Nuthatch. I especially like the second picture with the seed in his beak.

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  11. 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, Faythe
    http://grammymousetails.blogspot.com/2010/11/whats-warm-fuzzy-and-shades-of-orange.html

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  12. What a cute bird! I like the photo of the one with the seed in its mouth.

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  13. 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.

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  14. Beautiful photo & great capture w/ the seed! Happy WW!

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  15. Wow you shots are amazing, such beautiful birds.

    Happy WW http://prem2pram.wordpress.com/2010/11/03/photo-props-for-premature-babies/

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  16. That little guy looks intense. He also looks like he's wearing a little striped jacket. Great photos!

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  17. Lovely capture.

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  18. this one is much cuter then ours. :)

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  19. Very nice! I love birds, too.

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  20. Can birds be adorable?? The ones in these pics sure are!! Thanks for sharing!

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  21. So sweet!
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  22. What sweet little birds!It's wonderful to see them so close.

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  23. 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!

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  24. Great Pictures! I am following you, visiting from the Wordless Wednesday Linky Hop!

    Happy Wordless Wednesday,

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  25. Wonderful photos Eileen, such a darling little bird. I have been seeing the White-breasted Nuthatches a lot this year.

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  26. I couldn't resist being follower # 200!!

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  27. These are cool!! Nice close ups and he looks like he's going to continue with his lunch!!

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  28. What an adorable little bird. Great close up shots Eileen, well done.

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  29. One of my most favourite birds!

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  30. 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!

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  31. Thats pretty!! I'm not much of a bird person, but great photography!



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Hello, Thanks for stopping by my blog. This is my blog about the birds I see, I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. They might not always be the best of photos because I like to keep photos as a record of where and when I see them.
I appreciate all your comments and I will always try to return the favor and visit your blog.

Due to some recent problems I will not be able to publish any comments that include a link. I would appreciate if you do not include any kind of links in your comments. Sorry!
Have a great day, Eileen