Saturday, March 28, 2015

Saturday Critters ~ 67 ~

 The Yellow Rumped Warblers have left the yard...
here are a few images of them back on February 15th, of this year.





I am a little sad but they are right on schedule.
I rarely see them after the middle of March.

Sharing my images from February 15, 2015  with 
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30 comments:

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  2. Such a pretty little bird but they wil be back again in the Autumn. HAve a wonderful weekend.

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  3. Cute little guys! Would you believe I've already seen some here in Ontario this year? They are the first warblers to arrive every year because they can eat seeds as well as bugs.

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  4. Oh how cute! I'd be sorry to see them go. Have a happy weekend!

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  5. Good Morning, Debbie! They are adorable birds! I wonder why they leave? They are probably still close by.. Great series! Thank you for sharing and linking up your post.. Have a happy weekend!

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  6. Aww - what a little cutie. I love his colors against the blue sky!

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  7. they're so stinking cute. i've only seen them come thru here maybe twice in winter.

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  8. How sweet! And they look great against the blue, looks like it was already getting spring in your yard by then.

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  9. Volveran, Debbie and you'll be happy to see them again;))
    Good weekend.
    Besos.

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  10. CUTE!!! I hope you told them to make a stop on my yard. Ha! Ha!

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  11. Oh my they are sweet! I totally forgot that I did this last week, until I saw yours. I know I shall play along too. We're having a girl's day out today, and I'll look for critters. The two, no I mean 4 legged ones! Enjoy your weekend too!

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  12. That's a beautiful bird, but where do they go when they leave? Farther north? I'd think that with the excellent smorgasbord you serve, none of the birds would ever leave!

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  13. You take such gorgeous bird images! I envy you!

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  14. Beautiful captures - they are such sweet little birdies.

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  15. Once in awhile I see these cute little birds at my bird feeders, you can't help from noticing them cause of some of the yellow feathers. You photographed them so beautifully, now I know them by name thanks to you. I'll be cleaning & hanging my hummingbird feeders today it's that time again. I'm sure they will be hungry flying all the way back to my house for the summer.

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    1. The are beautiful in flight, you can really see the yellow!! Have a happy Sunday!!

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  16. So cute all fluffed up like that.

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  17. Such pretty little birds. :)

    xoxo

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  18. I'd miss them too if they left my yard. They're very cute. Where do they go I wonder?

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  19. They don't get here til early May usually, on their way north.

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  20. What awesome photos of sweet round and colorful little birds. I loved the pictures. I am always happy when I see your photos; thanks for that. I have missed you and thanks for the comment on my post.
    Love and hugs!

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  21. Oh so very pretty!!! They're abundant around here...but the numbers, now, are dwindling as the other migrants begin to appear!!

    Lovely images, and thank you kindly for sharing the link today at I'd Rather B Birdin'.

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  22. They're cute little birds! I usually only see them for a while in spring.

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  23. They are *beautiful*! Great captures, Debbie! Love how you got such close-ups!

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  24. Awww, sweet little birds aren't they?? Very nice photos.

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  25. What great photos! Very pretty little bird.

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