A couple of years ago I had many, many pine siskins at my feeders. This year I haven't seen any...so far. But I do have zillions of goldfinches, birds that the pine siskins like to hang around with at feeders. So maybe the pine siskins will be here soon!
wow, that is excellent, so sharp.
Eileen,Really nice photo! We had one siskin for 3 minutes here this year. Pretty rare here.
Well lighted and very pretty!
Great photo, and I'm jealous I haven't seen any of these guys. Send some over. Boom & Gary of The Vermilon River, Canada.
Like EG Wow, a couple of years ago, we had 100 or 200 Pine Siskins here. There were too many --so I was glad last year when they didn't come back.. AND--so far this year they are not here again...We are over-run with Goldfinches though.... But--they are such sweet little birds...Beautiful picture of the Pine Siskin.Hugs,Betsy
Great shot! Love that little bird!
Lovely capture, the tail feathers look so crisp.-----------------------------------My photography is available for purchase - visit Around the Island Photography and bring home something beautiful today!
The yellow lines on the wings are so crisp! Lovely!
Beauty! They are eating me out of house and home:)
Very clear and sharp.I like this up-close.
A lovely photo Eileen, such a pretty little bird.
Close to poetry your photograph.Please have a wonderful Thursday.daily athens
Very nice photo!
That yellow just pops - awesome! What lens are you using here?
So well captured. I like the light in it.
handsome fello! he reminds me of an immature goldfinch. I may have to look closer next time I see someone like him.
Sweet little bird. MB
Wow! That is a great shot!
What a cute little guy! We don't get these in my neck of the woods.Happy weekend!
just very cute bird...i always admired the photshot you have.http://casseydab-spec.blogspot.com/2011/01/wordless-wednesday2.html
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