Saturday, October 13, 2018

Saturday's Critters #252

Welcome to Saturday's Critters !

If you love all God's creatures like I do and also like to blog about them and take critter photos this is where you can share your critter post. Link up your post and share your critters, join in with my critter party ! You can share any kind of critters the real ones, pretend ones, statues and paintings, a new or old post!

I was happy to see the warblers eating berries in my yard thru the beginning of October. One day 9/27 there must have been 12 or more warblers on the berries at one time. I saw the Cape May Warbler and I think the Tennessee Warbler also a Red-eyed Vireo.


I am pretty sure these are three Tennessee Warblers below.



From far left a Red-eyed Vireo, Tennessee Warbler and somewhat hidden on the right is a Cape May Warbler


A male Cape May Warbler


I see 4 Cape May Warblers below. Can your find the 4 warblers?


Again here are 3 Cape May Warblers.


If you look thru the berries that are at least 5 Cape May Warblers below.


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Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

53 comments:

  1. Beautiful bird! Last weekend I spotted a Puff-throated warbler which looked like your tennessee warbler sans the yellow color.

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  2. Lovely bird. Beautiful pics.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  3. WOW the birds must have stuffed themselves on those berries and yes i did (eventually) see all of the Warblers Eileen Have a wonderful weekend and thanks for hosting.

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  4. I see two--I see three and they are beautiful birdies. What kind of berry is that?
    MB

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  5. Hello Eileen!
    Wow!! The Tennessee Warbler are so hungry!!!
    Great captures and images of those beautiful birds eating the berries!
    Thank you for sharing! Wishing you a lovely day and a happy weekend!
    Dimi...

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  6. How lucky you are to have these warblers in your yard.

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  7. Hello Eileen,
    Nice pictures of the berries and the birds that eat.
    Photo 3 is my favorite.
    I can not post my link, I have no idea why, maybe you want to do it.
    Best regards, Irma

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  8. To have so many warblers at once musta been so exciting! Thank you for hosting Saturday Critters, Eileen.

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  9. The birds are happy feasting away on the berries.

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  10. Que linda sequência dessas fotos mostrando o pássaro em várias poses! Gostei! beijos, chica e desejo ótimo fim de semana!

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  11. I love seeing your photographs each week! Elderberries are part of our habitat garden. They are a beautiful plant, attracting pollinators in Spring and birds in Autumn. Thank you for hosting this fun party! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  12. You have all kinds of warblers! Beautiful birds!

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  13. ...looks like many of the berries have been picked clean.

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  14. Good morning Eileen, your bird photos are beautiful. The warblers are enjoying their feast on the berries, that's a fantastic image. Thank you for hosting and have a wonderful weekend.

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  15. Eileen, what kind of berries are those? The pink stems are amazing! Love the birds too. They are hard to spot!

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  16. Wow-- what a great attraction in your own back yard! Enjoyed playing "Where's Waldo?"

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  17. I think that must be Warbler Heaven . . .
    I was able to count/catch most of them!

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  18. Good Morning Eileen. You set a wonderful example by allowing so many berries to grow in your garden. Berries and other fruit are essential food to many birds during the autumn period. Enjoy your day and the week ahead.

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  19. How lovely that you get these birds! A lot of ours are pretty much gone. I'm happy to see yours!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  20. Pretty little things seem to be having a grand feast on those berries, Eileen!
    Have a great weekend!

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  21. They look like they have found a perfect place to hang out...all you can eat! Enjoy your day! It's cooler here and we hope to hike today! Hugs!

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  22. WoW!!! that's a great plant for attracting those warblers!! i was able to see them all BUT may have missed a few without your count. they are so beautiful and it is always exciting to see a yellow bird at the feeder....and boy do they love those berries!!!

    have a great weekend and many thanks for hosting!!!

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  23. The birds sure love those berries, Eileen! Thanks for hosting us each week!

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  24. they are yellow and they are pretty, and that is all in need to know. they are so cute

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  25. Eileen, wonderful warblers. Thanks for sharing.

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  26. Awesome to get that many warblers in such a small area. They can certainly be hard to spot.

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  27. They enjoy a banquet in your yard. : )

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  28. Hi Eileen---just so you know---The woods where I live is private property so no hunting and the know it I am sure
    MB

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  29. What a delight to see so many. i would be bragging all week.

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  30. That yellow cape May warbler is really pretty.

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  31. WOW! It's a party time!
    Thank you for hosting.

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  32. Let's hope they have enjoyed their snacks!
    Have a great weekend Eileen and thanks for hosting!

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  33. Wonderful to have all those berries to attract the pretty Warblers!

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  34. That is quite few types of birds there, Eileen.
    Beautiful photos of the same.
    Have a Happy WE!
    Peace :)

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  35. Hello Eileen,

    Beautiful photos! The tiny birds are so cute.
    Happy Weekend!

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  36. These Cape May Warblers are beautiful and you are great at finding them!...:)JP

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  37. I love the birds on the trees, with lots of berries.

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  38. Hi Eileen, I enjoyed your photos of the Warblers. It really brought on a smile trying to find all the Warblers in the photos. Congrats on another fine Saturday's Critters. Hope you have a happy weekend. John

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  39. Those must be some great berries!

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  40. Wonderful warblers! Are those elderberries?

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  41. they hide pretty easily in that berry bush don't they? Have a great weekend.

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  42. They have a feast laid on there.

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  43. Your post & photos are super this week, as always...thanks so much for sharing it all with us at I'd Rather B Birdin'

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  44. You have a backyard paradise for birds Eileen :)

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  45. I found all of them :) I hope you are having a wonderful weekend.

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  46. Wow so many fine photos in your post...I have warblers envy.

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  47. Lovely selection of photographs.
    So nice to see the birds enjoying the berries.

    I hope your weekend has been good, best wishes for the new week ahead.

    All the best Jan

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  48. Great photos, thank you for hosting this!

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  49. Enjoyed seeing all the warbler photos! I really enjoyed finding them. What kind of plant is that with all the berries?

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  50. What I wouldn't give to see a good Cape May Warbler! I have yet to see one.

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