A difficult task when there are so many to choose from! :-)
Good Morning, Debbie. I love this series on your pretty Blue Jays. My jays do not pose, they grab and go. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy day.
They are so wicked at the feeders!!!!
he's a good shopper! like choosing the perfect melon in the produce aisle.
We are enjoying our read breasted woodpecker. Who really has way more red on his head. And I saw a bluebird the other day. Big smile. Love bluejays because their faces remind me of cats!
Blue -- my favorite color! He/she is beautiful, and so dainty as the peanuts are eaten.
Beautiful bird, you certainly do take great pictures. It's good to feed the wild birds. I could sit outside & watch the birds & squirrels all day coming & going. I spend around $50 each month for bird seed, squirrel food, & peanuts but their well worth it.
Your pictures are so alive. So beautiful.
Sweet! Nice posing and great photos.
The perfect "give and take." :-) Such great shots!
Tiy scratch my back, I'll scratch my back! Great sereis of images
They are beauties!! Love seeing the peanuts in their beaks ~ you sure keep them busy!
I'm a perfect nut. Pick me! Gorgeous blue jay pics!!!
It was cheaper to put 2 kids through college!!
So very beautiful!! Of course, I'm totally jealous 'cause you have blue jays!!!! Love the sunlight on the beauty too. Well done.
Fantastic shots! They are quite the little piggies!
These are brilliant shots. Fantastic detail.
Picking the perfect nut is some serious business!
ha! blue jays are such the vocal neighbors. Fun to watch rule the hood
It seems that in a Blue Jays world,picking the right nut can be quite a task.
Lucky for me my two sons inherited the family business so not much money spent on college, but I lost my youngest son in Texas in 2012. Have a good day Debbie.
Wow! These are great shots! Blue Jays are very aggressive birds, are they not? I love their coloring.
"My kingdom for a peanut! No wait, a whole tray full of peanuts!"~
Blue Jays are a favorite of mine. They can give the impression of being aggressive but I learned this week-end they don't hold a candle to a tiny House Wren. The bigger birds tends to scatter in their wake when they come out of nowhere to clear their area.
Spectacular images! The light is gorgeous!
What a fabulous treat to see these stunning birds! Thank you Debbie.
Such Fantastic pictures you captured of him. I didn't know they would eat big nuts like that, how fun to watch them!
So many to choose from. Lucky guy!
I love these photos. You always seem to capture the perfect poses of this lovely Blue jay. The color of this bird is lovely. Of course, blue is my favorite color. Hugs!
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