Saturday, October 26, 2019

Saturday's Critters # 306


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 am sharing some of my more recent yard birds. The male Cardinal likes to feed his mate.  They really like to eat the peanut suet balls.


Off and on I will see a small group of American Goldfinches at my  feeders.  They like the sunflower seeds and the thistle seeds.  You can see they have lost their bright summer color and now are a dullish looking brownish-yellow.




Protect wildlife, protect nature.  Don't let them become history.




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105 comments:

  1. The colours of the male Cardinal are gorgeous Eileen. Many thanks for linking me in and commenting while I was away in Australia. Have a good weekend.

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    1. Thank you Margaret, I hope your trip was wonderful. Have a happy weekend!

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  2. Love the love the Cardinals show. Wish we had them out this way. We do have the winterized Goldfinches.
    MB

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    1. Thanks MB! I wish I could send you some Cardinals. Enjoy your day and weekend!

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  3. Hari OM
    ...oh... those cardinals... &*> Happy Days. YAM xx

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    1. Thanks Yam! The Cardinals are everyone's favorite, they are pretty. Enjoy your weekend!

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  4. Hello Eileen,
    Nice series of photos and collages.
    All perfectly photographed, my compliments.
    Do you want to place my link, I can't do it.
    Best regards, Irma

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    1. Hello Irma, I linked you up! Thanks and enjoy your weekend!

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  5. protecting wildlife is hard. :( I think the draughts for two years made a lot o damage to bird population. At least in my area. Many birders I know have stoped even go out to watch for birds. It is sad :( I hopw your situation is bettter.
    Wish you a great wildlife week. I´m waiting for dippers... have not seen any yet. :(

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    1. Thanks Monica, we are having a drought. Slowly recovering, we need more rain. I hope you see the Dippers. Have a great day!

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  6. Hello Eileen!

    So cute photo of the Cardinals! The male has a very red color. Very pretty.
    Happy weekend!

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    1. Thanks Marit! The Cardinals are a pretty color, very popular! Happy weekend to you!

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  7. Sweet photo's, that cardinal is outstanding with its colour.

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    1. The cardinals are a pretty color. Thanks Marianne! Enjoy your weekend!

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  8. Amazing - I love those cardinals!

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    1. Thanks Lady Fi! The cardinals are pretty! Happy weekend to you!

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  9. ...Eileen, I captures a lovely Cardinal pair! Thanks for sharing and I hope that your weekend is going well.

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  10. What a great photo of the Cardinal feeding his mate. Lovely photos of the birds at the feeders.
    Thanks fr hosting and have a wonderful weekend.

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    1. Thanks Bill! I was surprised the Cardinals stayed for so long. Usually they are camera shy. Have a great day!

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  11. MARAVILHOSOS pássaros captados!Adorei! Que teu fim de semana seja lindo assim como eles! beijos, chica

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    1. Thanks Chica! I am always happy to see your visits and comments. Have a happy day!

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  12. These images could be right in my backyard, Eileen. Blue Jays and Downy Woodpeckers are the other two reliables....oh and don't forget the Black-capped Chickadees. Yesterday we counted twelve species in total, and we don't watch the whole time of course.

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    1. Thanks David! I see the Blue Jays and the Downy Woodpeckers too. One day I have will to do a species count for my yard.
      Have a great day!

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  13. Such sweet shots of the male cardinal feeding his mate!

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    1. Thank you Ken! I appreciate the comment. Have a great day!

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  14. Very nice photos of the feeding cardinals!

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  51. Oh, such great captures. I have always loved birds...since a little child. My mom always fed them and I can remember watching them before I was in school even.

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  52. The male Cardinals have such a wonderful colour don't they.

    All the best Jan

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  53. Oh that is so neat to see the male cardinal feeding his mate! I did not know they did that! Big smiles.

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  54. Hi Eileen, I never tire of seeing your bird pictures. I hope all is well with you.

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