Saturday, January 13, 2018

Saturday Critters ~ 213 ~

Most of our snow has melted. 
The sun came out briefly on Thursday...it was 60 degrees on Friday, 
and it rained all day.
Very cold temperatures are in our future forecast.










The moral of the story...
If you feed them, they will come!

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25 comments:

  1. Beautiful captures Debbie!:) Each one is delightful!:)

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  2. Maravillosos tus pájaros Debbie. El segundo y el quinto me gustan más. Fantátticas fotos!!
    Buen fin de semana.
    Besos.

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  3. Beautiful! The nuthatch is outstanding! I wish they would visit my feeders. No titmice this winter, either. They're one of my favorites.

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  4. Hi Debbie. That is so true, feed them they will come. Your photos are just stunning, they could be used in the bird field guide books. Well done. We are getting some snow this morning, our deck is covered. Thank you so much for linking up your post. I appreciate your visit and comment too. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend.

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  5. Hello Debbie!
    Great photos and excellent shots of birds.
    A host of beautiful birds are visiting you.
    Greetings from Poland.
    Lucja

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  6. Beautiful!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  7. Ye,sthey will certainly come for food. Your pictures are amazing.I think I need to come visit you and get some good bird shots.Perhaps you could teach me a few tips along the way.

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  8. awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

    you captured 3 of my favorite critters.

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  9. Yes they will. Where are your squirrels?

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  10. You've got such a nice family of birds at your house!

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  11. Oh how I love your bird pictures, you are the queen of bird pictures!!

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  12. Oh! Those gorgeous pictures!! I think if I reached out to touch the computer screen they would fly right off!

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  13. Great bird portraits! We have these birds in Virginia. Love the greedy blue jay!

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  14. You do so well with your feathered friends. Just beautiful, as always!

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  15. Fabulous Debbie, I especially liked your second photograph.

    All the best Jan

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  16. Cold (relative... cold for here) are forecast here too ... temps already starting to fall here on Sunday. You have beautiful visitors (and you deserve them ... your bird cafe' is well stocked with delicacies! )

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  17. Debbie, they are just adorable!
    We had 67 on Friday. Early Friday evening, the temperature dropped 33 degrees in 3 hours. Then came the ice (2 inches worth), then 6 inches of snow. It literally took us all day yesterday to clean up. Now, just bitter cold again. :-(
    xo.

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  18. Hahaha - so true! I remember when we bought our first feeder - more out of curiosity than anything. We wanted to know what birds we were hearing in the woods around our house. And then we waited - and waited, and then one came, then several came, then I'm pretty sure we were feeding the entire Green Mountain National Forest. But that's okay, because by that time we were hooked!

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  19. Fantastic shots, especially the blue jay with the peanut!

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  20. There you go with some marvelous photos of the birds you care so tenderly for. The pictures are lovely. I always enjoy the variety of birds that you get to come and feed.
    Sending warm thoughts and hugs your way!

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  21. I just know those peanuts went quickly! They sure are all very sweet!

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