Wednesday, January 2, 2013

My Backyard Beauties

The hubs filled the feeders and my backyard birdies
have forgiven me for letting them go empty.
 
I am not saving the best for last...
 
this Black Capped Chickadee was my favorite.
 
He tried giving me the cold shoulder first,
then he realized there was no reason for that.
 
My Titmouse sayin' hey, where ya' been!
 
Then striking a beautiful pose when he saw that the feeders were full.
 
My handsome male House Finch

My tiny Dark-Eyed Junco
I love how pink his little beak looks here.

White Throated Sparrow, in desperate need of some shades!!

December 28, 2012, it was a beautiful, fun filled day!!
 

31 comments:

Scrappy Pink Corner said...

Happy New Debbie. Hope the New year brings you lots of love, good health and prosperity.
Love these pictures. Beautiful as always. I am sure they have forgiven you. Ana

DeniseinVA said...

I do love those birds of yours. Great pictures Debbie. Wishing you and hubby a Very Happy and Healthy New year!!!

Adrienne said...

Love this! Love them! Glad that all is forgiven and they're back to posing for you!

barbara l. hale said...

They are all so beautiful! Wonderful photos!!

Dina said...

You've got so many great birds in your yard. I love that one of the titmouse looking at you.

Gillian Olson said...

A lovely selection of birds, and so entertaining to watch.
Happy New Year Debbie.

Karen said...

That Titmouse is the cutest ever!!!!

Lisa Gordon said...

Awww Debbie, they are just adorable!

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas, and I wish you and Chuck a very, very happy New Year.

xo.

TexWisGirl said...

nice they came to check in on you! :)

Beth said...

The birds are all beautiful. Great shots.

Buttons said...

Oh I love your feeder pics. B

Judy said...

What great shots of the birds!! I love that chickadee, too!
And I love your beach glass collection!! I am really impressed with that star shaped piece!!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Hi, fellow bird-lover! Beautiful shots of your birdies. They are keeping us busy here filling feeders. I had to get some more seed today for the finch feeder and suet. Take care!

eileeninmd said...

Great series and birds, Debbie! Live the cute Chickadees. The one you are said is a finch do you have any more photos. Was there any reddish color than the spot I am seeing on its head?

Sharon M said...

Aww darling birdies. They pose for you. I think mine would stick their tongues out at me if they could.

Saun said...

Gorgeous love them all ....

Farm Girl said...

Very pretty birds! Gosh you get good shots. I just love them all.

Dianna said...

All so beautiful! Happy New Year to you - sorry not to have been by lately. Hopefully, things have calmed down a bit, and I can get back on schedule. Happy New Year!

Bonnie K said...

What great photos! You do such a good job. Thanks for sharing.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

You captured each of these beauties at their very best.

Miss Debbie said...

Great pictures and such interesting birds.We don't have cute little fellas like that in Georgia!

Brian King said...

Beautiful shots and a nice variety of birds, Debbie! We have them all here, too, except the Junco and our chickadees are Carolina instead of Black-capped. A lot of House Sparrows, unfortunately.

flyawayhomebook.com said...

Great shots, Debbie!

S. Etole said...

They are all such cute little birds. There have been a lot of chickadees and red polls here this winter.

Jill said...

They just warm my heart!

kulasa said...

I think the Black Capped Chickadee is my favorite too but all of them are such backyard beauties! :) I will look at them again and keep smiling...

Susan said...

Wonderful photos. They are all so darn cute!

Ida said...

Wonderful bird photo's. I love that little Chickadee. I'm still trying to get a decent picture of one in our bird feeder but they are very wary of me and tend to fly whenever they see me.

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

got to keep those birds happy. i love the little chickadees. so cute. i had been worried about the finches & then suddenly i saw a yellow & then a red one at my feeder ... made me feel so much better to know they are still around. sweet creatures they are. ( :

LeAnn said...

Just incredibly beautiful pictures and such a variety. Those sweet little birds, I can tell bring you a lot of joy.
Blessings!

A Journey Called Life said...

Beautiful! Ive been having some visits from Dark Eyed Juncos. Love them!