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Monday, August 30, 2010

Photograpy: Bird Feeder Collage


Lisa Ricard Claro said...

Love it! I have a bird feeder that hangs from the window frame right outside my kitchen window. We get cardinals, wrens, chickadees, and the occasional woodpecker. I've only seen blue birds (not jay) once and fell in love. Haven't been able to coax them back. For a long time we had a squirrel who would jump from the roof onto the feeder. He was so clever I named him Albert Einsquirrel. Since we re-situated the feeder, he can't visit anymore. We finally outsmarted him!

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Hi Lisa,

Poor Albert Einsquirrel, lol, that is too funny!

We have Blue Jays, Chickadees, Doves, wrens and some others that I don't know what they are called. Plus chipmunks, squirrels and deer. I would have thought the squirrels would have been the feistiest, but the jays are the real bosses.

I have too many photos in this collage, but if you enlarge it you can see them better.

We have been having so much fun with the bird feeder and bird bath this summer. I like your idea of having one out your kitchen window. We do have one outside this little office window ... they sort through and waste most of the feed looking for sunflower seeds!

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