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A variety of different songbirds come to my yards daily.  I have several of these that are also regulars at the bird feeder.  I often see Red-bellied Woodpeckers, House Finches, Eastern Bluebirds, Robins, White-breasted Nuthatches and Brown-Headed Cowbirds.  I took these pictures in my yard and from my living room window at various times between April 18-25, 2012.  Please click on the thumbnail image to see the larger picture.  Enjoy!

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Comments on: "Friday’s Look at the Songbirds" (7)

  1. Oh how I love the songbirds…. We have all of the same ones with the exception of the Cowbirds… Haven’t seen any of them lately.

    Guess we got lucky with our weather yesterday. Lots of hail and broken car windows in both Knoxville area and Nashville area… Yipes!!!

    Have a great day.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

    • Hi Betsy, We sure did get lucky here. I saw on the news where baseball-sized hail fell in Gatlinburg. Whew! So glad we only had tiny tiny hail in our area. The songbirds are wonderful! Have a great day!

  2. TexWisGirl said:

    i wish we got nuthatches. i think i’ve only seen one once.

  3. Favorites here are the bluebird and the upside down flicker!! Hope you have a great weekend!

    • Hi Ginny, Many thanks! The birds here are really beautiful and are pretty cooperative about having their picture taken by me. Though I often do use the long lens. Have a super nice day!

  4. That’s a pretty nice collection! We are starting to get more species visit now too, including tree swallows.

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