Saturday's Critters #145

Saturday's Critters #145

Happy Saturday, it's time to share your critters and post. Any kind of critter will do, even a new or old post.. I appreciate everyone who is linking in with this week's critter party.

This time of the year I have a few warblers stop by to eat the berries growing wild in my yard. We purposely leave some Devil's Walking Stick and Pokeberry bushes growing for their berries, the birds love them.

Below is the Tennessee Warbler.

The Cape May Warblers were seen for a few days in a row, not sure if it was the same bird. The males have a dark yellow color.

The warblers are always a treat to see, especially when they land in my yard.

As always thanks for the visits and the nice comments. I also thank everyone who is linking up and sharing their critters.. Happy Saturday, have a great weekend!

To see more beautiful birds and cute critters, check out these two memes below.

Also visit:  I'd-Rather-B-BirdinThanks to the gracious host: Anni.  Also check out Camera Critters. Thanks to Misty for hosting this fun meme.


What sweet little birds. Thanks for sharing.
This warbler found a fruitful abode. Happy Day.
Looks like this birdie has a good time eating (2nd capture) Thanks for hosting Eileen! Have a great weekend.
Indeed Eileen these birds are a treat to see. Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful weekend.
NatureFootstep said…
strange, I hardly saw the little warbler because of the strange look of the flower. But then I found it :)

Beautiful photos! I have never seen Warbler before. Very cute!

Happy Weekend!
Tony McGurk said…
A sweet little birdy Eileen
Ela said…
Always nice to see your beautiful critters, Eileen !!
Fantastic photos !!
Happy weekend !
Christine said…
Hello Eileen! Wonderful to see these birds enjoying the berries in your garden! The Tennessee Warbler is so well camouflaged in the first shot I could not see it straight away!
Thanks for hosting and enjoy your Saturday!
Irma said…
Hi Eileen,
What a great series of pictures, i like the birds between the burrs.
Best regards, Irma
Nancy Chan said…
The birds are well camouflaged. The birds are cute. Have a beautiful weekend!
✿ chica said…
Que amor de passarinho comendo as amoras! Adorei! Lindo fim de semana,bjs, chica
Bob Bushell said…
The Tennessee Warbler is brilliant, well done Eileen.
Lea said…
Pretty bird!
Thanks for hosting Saturday's Critters
Loved the warblers today!!!
Denise inVA said…
Thank you for sharing the Cape May Warbler. I have never seen it before. Sweet little bird. Thanks for hosting and have a great weekend Eileen.
baili said…
ahh this bird is so so cute look at this how adorable .thank you ,best wishes
Mosura said…
Beautiful birds. I looked up the calls so I could hear them. I must say the Tennessee Warbler sounds much nicer. The Cape May Warbler is a little ear piercing ( At least the one I listened to was)
Wow its beautiful and in few images its difficult to find bird.
The Tennessee Warbler is so beautiful and well camouflaged.....lovely shot! The shrub looks interesting too. Thanks again for hosting....

Happy weekend Eileen!
Yamini MacLean said…
Hari OM
In that first shot, I was so taken by the beauty of the berries, I almost couldn't see the warbler - love that take. What is the plant? Hope your weekend is looking dryer and calmer than it is here... YAM xx
Mildred said…
Such sweet pictures of the warbler. Have a lovely Sat.
Warblers are such pretty birds and it's hard for me to tell them apart. We have quite a few here in FL but right now we have more purple finches than anything else in our feeders. Hugs!
Tomoko said…
Lot's of blue berries growing in your yard. Sweet idea to leave them for birds!
especially,I like to see the third photo. Have a good weekend! Thank you for hosting,Eileen.
Love your warblers, Eileen.

Believe it or not, the pokeberry bushes on the W&O.D. trail have less than 20% of their berries left. There were so many, but the birdies have been going to town!
Sandra said…
I spy with my new eye that tiny cute warbler hiding in the plants.
Lynne said…
Great pictures and good for the birds!
One of the many thing I enjoy about the wooded area behind our house.
Wild plants, different critters of all sizes . . .
Plus a large area to place the many, many oak leaves that fall around our home.
It's the season . . . the leaves and acorns are falling fast . . .
Debbie said…
happy saturday eileen, i always look forward to joining in. nice captures of the warblers, you are lucky to have so many beautiful birds visiting your feeders!!!

many thanks for hosting, 145 times, that must be a record!!!
Nancy's Notes said…
I love viewing nature with you! Thanks for hosting and sharing all that is wonderful and beautiful~
Happy day, sweet friend.
Tennessee Warbler.. I thought almost camoflauged in your first photo!

Thanks again for sharing your lovely pictures - these Saturdays come around so quickly, enjoy your weekend

All the best Jan
Sharon Wagner said…
The warblers are camouflaged in the bushes. Good eye!
amo sin blogg said…
Jeg visste ikke at det er bær på Djevelens spaserstokk...
Nydelig liten fugl du har besøk av.

God helg fra Anne-Mari
Karen S. said…
Good morning, and happy Saturday to you Eileen! You are so sweet to your birds, maybe that's one reason why they give you such lovely poses for your photos! Enjoy your weekend!
TexWisGirl said…
you get to see a great variety of warblers there.
Al said…
Pretty birds - your Tennessee Warbler was well-camouflaged!
Hi Eileen. Your little Warbler is pretty, and looks familiar, I may have seen a few around here in early Spring. After a long, hot summer, I am relocating a couple of feeders and freshening up in hopes of attracting some Chickadees. Your photos of the little bird are good-looks like plenty of berries. Have a great weekend!
What a lovely and sweet little birds, Eileen!
Wishing you and yours a happy Sunday! :)

That reminds me. I haven't been seeing the Warbler Facebook page I follow in my stream in ages. I need to see what's up


Happy weekend to ya
Cyndi and Jeff (daughter) leave wild blackberries and some of their raspberry canes on purpose for the birds ... I see birds there , but find them hard to photograph... Your warblers came out of hiding for you! I hope your pleasant Fall weather lasts a long time ... Thank you for hosting, I am glad to be back linking!
Frank Boxell said…
Eileen. What a joy to have these Warblers enjoying the fruits in your garden.
Hi Eileen,
wonderful photos of the little colorful bird and the berries.
Have a great weekend, Eileen.
Best regards, Synnöve
Happyone said…
It is always fun to watch the birds come to eat in the garden. Looks like they have good pickins in your garden. : )
Linda said…
I love nature and never tire of it, Eileen, and I am always thrilled to see your photos, which bring me much joy! Beautiful bird and lovely photos. Thank you so much for sharing, and I hope you are having a great weekend! :)
Karen said…
What would we do without the beautiful birds and their sweet songs! Thanks for sharing and hosting.
Travis Erwin said…
I wish i was better at ID'ing the birds I see out hiking.
I've heard of pokeberries but this is the first time I've seen them. - Margy
Debby Ray said…
Beautiful photos and I love these berries! Happy Saturday :)
krishna said…
That's very cute bird.. :)
David Gascoigne said…
Those Cape May Warblers sure look odd in that plumage at this time of the year.
RedPat said…
I hear warblers in the trees but can rarely find them. Great pics, Eileen!
Anni said…
As always, I'm here not only to view your wonderful post, Eileen, but also to send along my thanks for sharing with us birders at I'd Rather B Birdin' this weekend!
Martin Kloess said…
This warbler dressed up for your pictures
Hi Y'all

It'seems amazing how you catch those flighty warblers.

Y'all come on by
Hawk aka BrownDog
Linda W. said…
That warbler is a cute little bird!
The Yum List said…
Are the berries edible by humans?
Dee said…
Beautiful photos! The warblers are so cute!

After 32 years of living in Florida, I saw my first caracara this week.
Linda said…
The warblers are hard to see in those pokeberry bushes.
pattisjarrett said…
The Tennessee Warbler blends in with the back ground. Pretty!
Breathtaking said…
Hello Eileen!:) Sorry I'm so late, but yesterday was hectic. It's lovely to see your yellow Warblers. Pokeberry plants are plentiful on the farm, and the birds have been gorging themselves on the berries. It's nice of you to keep these weeds in your garden for the critters.:)
orchid Miyako said…
Dearest Eileen; Oh, I've never seen warblers before p:-) Great photographs and these Stick and Pokeberry bushes growing for their berries is the wonderful idea♡♡♡ Our some attempts never worked(^^;)
Thank you very much for hosting.

Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*
Gosto muito daqueles frutos silvestres.
Um abraço e bom Domingo.
What pretty warbler photos! Thank you for hosting this fun party! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures
Nick V. said…
That's a beautiful little bird, Eileen! Thanks for hosting and have a great new week!
carol l mckenna said…
Lovely little warbler and photographed so well ~ always wonderful nature shots ~ Thanks for visiting ~ am a little 'behind in returning comments' ~

Have a great week ~ ^_^
Your Warbler images are beautiful. Such a lovely looking bird and so many delicious berries to feast on!
Have a brilliant new week :)
Kirigalpoththa said…
Warbler - New to me :) Nice pictures.
Al said…
Pretty warblers!

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