Saturday, October 27, 2018

Saturday's Critters #254

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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 am sharing some of my feeder birds, The Tufted Titmouse, White Breasted Nuthatch and a Carolina Chickadee.  I can watch the birds coming and going from the feeder right outside my dining room window.  

The Carolina Wrens are a common sight in my yard. Usually I can hear them before I see them, they are loud. 



The Carolina Chickadee is another common bird seen in my yard year round. 


The White-breasted Nuthatch is another bird seen daily, they like the sunflower seeds. 





The Tufted Titmouse is a regular visitor to the feeders. 




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Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

69 comments:

  1. Mr. (or Miss) Wren needs to fix up their tail. LOL

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  2. The birds nesting in my bougainvillea bush are loud too. I can hear them clearly but most of the time I can't see them. I would love to see them and have them pose for my camera but usually they will fly off before I could take their pictures. Have a beautiful weekend!

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  3. Hello Eileen. You have so beautiful birds in your yard. Great photos. Have a happy weekend.

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  4. The Nuthatch and Titmouse, hanging on so carefully with tiny feet, beautiful birds and great pics.

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  5. Other than for the Tufted Titmouse could be my own backyard - even the feeders are the same!

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  6. I love Wrens! They are small and brisk. Lovely! I like their voice too, although I still mix it with Robins' voices... in the Italian countryside in winter they often live together in the same spaces.
    All cute birds.
    I am linking up an old post, today. Thanks for hosting.
    Have a birdy weekend!

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  7. Except for the Carolina Wren, which is a fairly common permanent resident, we do not see the other three birds which are so popular at feeders even down to the northern part of Florida (the nuthatch is more abundant in the Panhandle than on the peninsula). Now that we have sold our second home in Illinois we will have to get used to not having them around.

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  8. Como não amar todas as criaturinhas de Deus? Lindos todos aqui! beijos praianos, tudo de bom,chica

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  9. ...the White-breasted Nuthatch looks like an acrobat.

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  10. We love watching our feeders. They hang just outside our kitchen and dining room windows. 'Beautiful photos! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  11. Hello, Eileen, your backyard restaurant seems to be full of happy, beautiful customers! Nice photos as always.

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  12. PS: Thanks for hosting, Eileen. Have a great new week.

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  13. Hari Om
    It's good to see the regulars!!! YAM xx

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  14. Those cutie wrens get me every time. Happy Day.

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  15. I'm not sure I've even seen a wren! Thank you for sharing yours!!!
    Have a wonderful weekend, we expect snow!!!!!!!!! ❄️

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  16. These photos are pieces from the warm library of your heart.

    Warmest greetings.
    Yannis Politopoulos

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  17. We have 2 sweet little Wrens coming to our feeders! You can probably hear them singing all the way up there! Love your photos! Happy weekend!

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  18. Hello Eileen!
    Such beautiful birds visiting your yard! Happy birds enjoying eating from the feeders!
    Great captures and wonderful pictures of the White-breasted Nuthatch,so cute,the Carolina Wrens and the Tufted Titmouse !
    Thank you for hosting! I’m so happy enjoying again Saturday’s Critters! Have a lovely day and a great weekend!
    Dimi...

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  19. What would we do without our yard birds? Never fails to bring a smile to my face.

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  20. Hi Eileen, you have a lovely bird show right out your window, how cool is that. Beautiful bird photos as always, thanks for hosting and have a wonderful weekend.

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  21. he looks like he is doing a series of excercises... cute

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  22. It's lovely seeing the winter birds again.

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  23. Hello Eileen,

    Beautiful birds in your backyard. The Nuthatch is very similar to the one who lives here.
    Happy Weekend!

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  24. Good morning Eileen, sweet birdie visitors at your feeder today, just to show you they're still enjoying snacks. Great captures. Hope your weekend is fabulous, and filled with sunshine!

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  25. awww, we are on the same page today!! i just started seeing my nuthatches again but have been unable to get a picture!! the same with the red-bellied woodpeckers and i always hear them, before i see them, their call is distinctive!

    my white throated sparrows have just returned, and the yard seems to be filled with them. i have not been seeing my carolina wrens. beautiful poses and captures!!

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  26. You always have such pretty birds.

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  27. The wrens are saucy noisy little critters for their size.

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  28. Once again awesome photo of our dear feathered friends!

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  29. Hi Eileen. And thank you for those stunning pictures today - every one a gem. All the time and trouble you take to fill those feeders paid off big time.

    Thanks for the link up too.

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  30. Always nice to have visitors. I was in a good area with waterfowl yesterday.

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  31. What a beautiful selection of birds you have in your yard...We have never seen a white breasted nuthatch before!

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  32. I don't think the last of those ones shows up here. Pretty birds!

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  33. Eileen - lovely shots of the birdies. The perky tails on the wrens always crack me up. And those nuthatches feeding upside down … makes my neck hurt just looking at them! Thanks for hosting!

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  34. Eileen, great backyard birds. Thanks for sharing.

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  35. Yes, the wrens are very loud. It's hard to not be aware that they are around. But they're so cute! I saw a nuthatch the other day and couldn't remember what it was. Thanks for the refresher. Nice pictures. Enjoy your weekend.

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  36. Love the wren, Eileen! I've had an exciting bird day for me - saw a Pileated Woodpecker and managed a pic. I haven't seen one for many years!

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  37. Love the Chickadees of course but one of my favs is the Nuthatch. We have the red breasted out here
    MB

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  38. Beautiful shots of the wren and chickadee!

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  39. Absolutely beautiful birds Eileen, have a brilliant weekend.

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  40. There isn't a God's creature I don't love.

    Wait!

    I don't care for roaches.

    ick

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  41. Eileen, I have the same crew here in my neck of the woods. I hear the Wrens right outside my "office" as I'm typing..LOL!! ...:)JP

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  42. Great photos of a nice variety of birds. The nuthatches always remind me of tiny vampires because of the way they walk headfirst down trees!

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  43. Beautiful, sharp pictures.
    Thank you for hosting.

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  44. Like Wrens, such cute little birds. Great shots of all your backyard birds.

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  45. Happy Saturday Eileen,
    Thank you for sharing your lovely photographs, you have a good selection of birds in your yard.

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

    All the best Jan

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  46. Hello Eileen! Your post makes me miss having my feeders up to welcome those fun winged-visitors. I'm still on the fence about putting mine up because of our outdoor kitty. I'd be crushed if he hurt any of them..... I'll need to decide soon.

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  47. Cute little birds. I love to see them at the feeders and in the bird bath :-) Have a wonderful Sunday ♥

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  48. As the weather has continued to be colder the little birds have been flying in in droves.
    We too have had the titmouse, chkckaee and nuthatch . . ,
    No wrens though, I don’t think. I will have to listen!

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  49. Nice collection of feathered visitors at your feeder!

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  50. Sweet little birds! Thanks for hosting and thanks for your comments on my blog.

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  51. We don't have these kind of birds here, they are cute !

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  52. Hello Eileen,
    What a beautiful series of these birds, the last one is my favorite ..
    Perfectly photographed, my compliments.
    I can not post my link again, do you want to do it for me?
    Best regards, Irma

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  53. Beautiful looking birds and great photos, hope you had a lovely weekend.
    Amanda xx

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  54. Chickadees, Goldfinches, Titmouse and Nuthatch are the most common birds at our feeders.

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  55. Some of my favorite small birds here today. What a fun post!

    I'm running a bit late visiting this weekend since I spent about 5 hours in the ER with heart issues. Thanks for sharing your post!

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  56. Great photos of these sweet birds!

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  57. Yes, those Carolina Wrens are loud! Good thing they have such a lovely song to serenade us or they'd be in trouble. Wonderful photos of all your birds.

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  58. Lovely little yard visitors. I always enjoy the wee Carolina Wrens...they were my first favorites of the wee birds. Happy week Eileen~

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