Very nice images. The replay is great!
Beautiful photos ! Last photo maybe a Coopers Hawk or of the Hawk family ! Have a good day !
Beautiful birds. We do have some colourful birds here,but not nearly enough.Have a nice weekend.
lovely set. i like your header, too.
I love those waxwings (don't think I've ever seen one in person) because they are so round and smooth looking, with lovely and delicate coloring.
Lovely. You are getting to be quite the little bird photographer.
If you do a Google image search for "hawk Eastern US" I bet you will see your friend and learn his name. Three very sweet shots indeed, D.Have a GREAT Weekend! Aloha from Waikiki,Comfort Spiral > < } } ( ° > > < } } (°>
Love them all and have them around these parts as well....some kind of hawk (redtail??)
I've never seen a cedar waxwing in the flesh, I mean feather before, but it sure is a beautiful bird. The coloring is so incredible! I'm always so amazed at the photos you're able to get of birds. Mine always fly away before I can even get my camera up.
Lovely bird photos!
Very nice, I haven't had a good waxwing shot like that for years.I had some nesting near my home one year and enjoyed the fledglings.When you have lots of birds you often attract the Coopers Hawk,so I agree with Country Gal.
They are great photos of the birds. You have even got a "catchlight" in the bird of prey's eye. They are all lovely birds.
All your photographs today are fabulous, Denise. It's ages since I saw an English nuthatch. In my last house we had a wisteria climber right by the bedroom window and I used to watch the nuthatch when he visited in the morning.
Great photos and such a nice closeup of the Hawk.Cher Sunray Gardens
Bonjour dear Denise,They are adorable birds, I'm specially enchanted by the close up portrait, last composition, it's wonderful!I wish you a great weekend,hugsLéia
Denise, I love all your favorites. Beautiful birds and photos, have a happy weekend!
I can see why they are favorites Denise. The closeup of the hawk is terrific!
I love these bird photos, especially the first which is rather different to any birds I have seen in Australia.
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