Sunday, September 23, 2012

Around the yard-Part 2

Hello, I am linking up with Mosaic Monday and Our World Tuesday

These shots were all taken earlier today Sept. 23 just walking around my yard. I still have some flowers blooming. There was one waterlily, the morning glories, and just one Stella D'oro lily. And just because they attract the warblers the pokeberry, we are letting the pokeberry grow close to our deck.


Above is my warbler attracting pokeberry, the female hummer is still here, my latest new yardbird the Black-throated Green Warbler, waterlily.



My newest yardbird the Black-throated Green Warbler, it is a beautiful warbler.


My pretty female Hummingbird.

I forget what this plant is called, but it has these pretty pink blooms.


Above is one Stella D'oro lily, a view of my side yard, chickadee, impatiens and morning glories.

My cute chickadee at one of my popular birdfeeders.


Just one pretty Stella D'oro lily decided to bloom for the end of summer.


We recently had to remove a pine tree it was a little TOO close to the house. During a heavy snowstorm the branches were knocking up against our bedroom wall. Just the sound was scary to hear, much the thought of  large branch crashing onto our roof.


My newest warbler yardbird is so pretty, I have to show another shot of him.

To see more wonderful photos and mosaics please visit Mosaic Monday and Our World Tuesday
 Thanks to Mary of Mosaic Monday and to the hosting group of Our World Tuesday: Arija, Gattina, Lady Fi, Sylvia and Sandy .  Thanks also for stopping by to see my post.  I wish everyone a safe and happy week!

59 comments:

  1. Congrats!!! Your warbler shots are fabu. I would have been so excited to spot them in the yard. Happy Sunday:)

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  2. That Warbler is gorgeous..lucky you! Love your colorful post.

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  3. that warbler is so cool!!! you have a beautiful yard - wonderful blooms and greens.

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  4. Beautiful, gorgeous photos! Pink flower is Spirea . . .

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  5. So much happening in your yard! Beautiful birds...

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  6. Hi Eileen, Oh, how I enjoyed these pretty photos! Have a great evening.

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  7. The warblers are always so colorful and pretty. We had one hit our window this week and I got a photo of it up close. It was just stunned and flew away after a little rest! We were so glad!

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  8. I especially like the picture of the hummingbird! But all the pictures are just wonderful! Have a wonderful week! Cathy

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  9. Love the warblers, hummingbird and chickadee. Your shot of the female hummingbird is the best I've ever seen and I see a bee is trying to get some of the nectar as well.
    Judith

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  10. What a great collection of birds and flowers you have there!

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  11. You have beautiful yard attracting such lovely birds.

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  12. I love to see the birds coming to the feeders. Today was a busy day out here with the birds flying in and out. There was a hummingbird in the zinnias this morning. It is getting pretty cold for them now. Valerie

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  13. The birds are as lovely as the flowers. Those berries near your deck must give you lots of action. I had just one Stella D'oro today as well and one yesterday, and maybe one tomorrow. They are wonderful like a spot of bright sunshine. I was surprised that they weren't done when I first thought they were done.

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  14. I have never seen the warbler, so pretty. Lucky you. Have a wonderful week:)

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  15. Beautiful! I should go find some poke berries and shoot some photos. Yours are wonderful!

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  16. I am always astounded at your bird photos. So gorgeous.

    Taking that tree down sounds like a good idea, especially with winter coming. Will it let more light into your house as well?

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  17. The warbler is adorable! so that's what you call it pokeberry. My puppies get the berries all over them. They come in and I think they're bleeding haha. The other plant I think it's Sweet William. Great shots!

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  18. There's still a lot going on in your garden. Love that little warbler!

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  19. Dearest Eileen,
    Oh, Lucky you to have visits from these sweet ones and we can enjoy your pictures very much♡♡♡
    Your yard and flowers are GORGEOUS(*^_^*)
    Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako* 

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  20. Great pictures and beautiful collages showing.
    Wishing you a good Monday / good new week :)
    Hanne Bente

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  21. The last shot is fabulous . What a gogeos litle bird and he has found a bonanza in those berries.

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  22. Tolle Fotos, und der Vogel ist der Hit...

    Lieben Gruß
    CL

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  23. Gorgeous shots from your yard, Eileen! It's a lovely place!

    About the plant with pink flowers, it looks like my "Spiraea japonica" (Japanese spiraea). Mine is still blooming even the autumn is here.

    Wish you a great week!

    Irene

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  24. You have a gorgeous yard at your place, and the warbler so close. Cheers.

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  25. Great photos!!
    Beautiful nature and birds!
    Your yard is magical...
    Have a great week!

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  26. Wonderful shorts. So lovely to still have some daylilies in bloom. Enjoy your week.

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  27. You have a very beautiful garden! All images of the birds are beautiful!Wish you a great week!
    Dimi..

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  28. Eileen,

    Your yard is wonderful.
    Amazing photos!
    Have a nice day!

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  29. These are gorgeous shots, Eileen! I love your bird photos; they are absolutely amazing.

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  30. Your yard, flowers and birds are beautiful, Eileen. I love nature!..Christine

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  31. Oh, what lovely visitors you have!

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  32. I always love to see your amazing photographs, the bird closeups are wonderful.
    Love that chickadee!

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  33. oh I love love love your bird photos! :)

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  34. beautiful collage, so colorful for this time of year.

    the pink blooms are spirea, mine are blooming also, this should be the last time. i am still getting daylilies also, the yellow looks so pretty with my pumpkins and mums!!

    your hummer is one pretty girl. mine have left for the season!!

    have a great week!!

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  35. You do have the most adorable visitors!

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  36. Beautiful images Eileen. Our pokeberries are not ripe yet and thankfully it is close to our bedroom window hope to see some birds taking a good snack ^_^

    Kim,USA

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  37. Hi Eileen,

    I'm so jealous! I want hummingbirds and warblers like you have :-) Just a gorgeous - no stunning photo of that female hummingbird. She didn't even know you were there.

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  38. I would love to live in your backyard, so beautiful!

    I probably sitting in a chair with camera in my hand waiting to photograph those gorgeous critters :-)

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  39. The black-throated green warbler shots are my favorites! He looks so beautiful against the purples and fuscias of the pokeberry with his yellow throat! The hummingbird shot is also VERY nice, and it looks like she is sharing her nectar with a honeybee. Great shots all!

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  40. Such lovely birds and flowers surely make for a beautiful world, Eileen!! I love your captures for the day! Hope you have a great week!

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  41. Love all your birds, Eileen, especially the warbler. I was guessing the pink shrub is spirea - I see someone else said so. I have the same shrub.

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  42. Your photos of the flowers and birds are wonderful Eileen ...

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  43. Always much impressed by your ability to take pictures of the beautiful. Wish I could do that. Please have you all a good Tuesday.

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  44. Your backyard is a wonderful place for birds and other wildlife. I didn't know pokeberries attracted warblers, Very cool!

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  45. Thank you, Eileen, for the beautiful and pleasant walk in your garden . You live in wonderful surroundings. I love woodland! Thanks also for your visit in my watery country!

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  46. I enjoyed the trip around your backyard! You got some wonderful photos.

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  47. LOve the photos especially the ones of the warbler.

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  48. The prettiest shots ever!! Love the warbler on the pokeberry and those pink flowers are gorgeous!

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  49. Birds and flowers are beautiful ~ Such excellent photography ~ (A Creative Harbor)

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  50. all such lovely photos and that warbler is such a beauty!

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  51. Wonderful mosaics and shots. I love seeing the hummers and beautiful flowers as well as the other shots.

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  52. These are fantastic shots around your yard, and I now can identify one of my photos, I learned what a pokeberry looks like. Thanks Eileen and have a great week.

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  53. A wonderful yard -- I love that warbler! And the chickadee looks so proud of himself sitting on top of that neat feeder!

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  54. Great post, Eileen. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  55. I love the photos Eileen. I have only seen the Black-throated green warbler from afar, these shots give great looks.

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  56. I agree with you about the little one on the last image. It is adorable. You live in such a gorgeous palce. :)

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  57. I love that hummingbird shot with the bee on the feeder too- so cool. Your new yard bird is a good one- another bird I wish would come out west!

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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.
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