7.14.2015

Wordless Wednesday: Birds on a Feeder

by Mary Denman

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These birds were on my dad's thistle feeder. 
Enjoy the American Goldfinches and House Finches!

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American Goldfinch by Mary Denman





These birds were mimicking each other by Mary Denman
Goldfinch by Mary Denman

Goldfinch and House Finch




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14 comments:

  1. That's cool. I wonder how aware they were about what they were doing.

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  2. That's too cute and lovely to see.Nice pictures...

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  3. Aww! cute heheh!

    Have a pecktastic week :-)

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  4. What great captures. Arriving rather late to the link up party today. Just needed some time out.

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  5. Finches are a favorite around here!

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  6. Awww those are lovely birds! Lovely photos as always =)

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  7. Very cool images, such colorful birds!

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  8. Lovely pictures Mary, great shots :)

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  9. You got some great shots Mary!

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  10. I love bird shots. These are so pretty. Great job. Thanks for hosting again too.:)

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  11. Loved these shots!
    There is a magical calmness in these pix :)

    happy to linkup!
    xoxo

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  12. Those birds are pretty! I've always had a thing for birds. My sister grew up having Love Birds. I pretty much had them to. My oldest son was so into peacocks when he was preschool age. Now he's all about falcons.

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  13. I have seen these finch socks, if w had one it would be bombarded by pigeons!
    Finch are so cute I watching the little birds, we hear them even in the middle of the night.
    Thanks for hosting

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  14. Beautiful birds! I haven't ever seen feeders like that.

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