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Birds in the Trees

Northern Cardinal

Northern Cardinal

Red-shouldered Hawk

Red-shouldered Hawk

Bluebirds, a Red-shouldered Hawk, a few House Finches, and a brilliant red male Northern Cardinal all were perched on various tree branches when I snapped these pictures.  I took these pictures on different days in the last several weeks.  All of these birds have been year around residents here.  I am surprised that we still have such a variety of birds here in spite of our oh-so-cold weather this Winter.    By the way,  it snowed last night and again a bit this morning.  Please click on the thumbnail image to see the larger picture.  Enjoy!

Eastern Bluebird

Eastern Bluebird

House Finches

House Finches

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Comments on: "Birds in the Trees" (8)

  1. Got snow???? We have about an inch or two here…. First snow of any significance this season.. I took a few photos which I will share sometime.

    The birds are going crazy at the feeders today –since it was 10 degrees out there when I put out the bird food this morning. Poor babies.

    Great photos, Linda.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

    • Hi Betsy, Yes, it snowed a bit last night and this AM but not too much. We still have a little on the ground here. Interesting to see blowing and a little falling snow in sunshine. It is about 26 degrees out now at 1:00 PM here. I agree about the feeder. Have a super nice day and stay warm. It may snow again tomorrow.

  2. What a great capture of the hawk!!

  3. I could pick out a bluebird from far away, great shot! And the Hawk is awesome too. we had a dusting of snow this morning! It is mostly gone now. Have a happy weekend!

  4. The bluebird looks very perky despite the cold!

    • Hi Montucky, I think it was just that really rich sunlight streaming at that tree. I was kinda surprised at the vivid color it turned out to have. Have a great weekend!

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