I have not been paying much attention to the birds these days.
The hubs keeps the feeders and the birdbath full,
but it's been a minute since I have taken pictures of my backyard family.
They can empty the feeders and eat an entire suet in one day.
They do keep me company while I work and play, and I can't imagine my life without them at the window.
I am seeing a lot of Male Cardinals right now, no females...and I got to thinking, where are all the girls?
The Northern Male Cardinal is undeniably the most recognized and beautiful bird seen in
wooded habitats, parks and gardens.
Their song is an insistent series of rich, fluty whistles.
This is a bird I see year round and often photograph in the snow.
Sharing today's images with Eileen at
for Saturday Critters