Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Stewart's Wild Bird Wednesday - Blue Jay series.

I sprinkled some seed on the deck out back and one of the first to arrive was the Blue Jay.











I am joining in with Stewart's Wild Bird Wednesday which you can find here.



25 comments:

  1. they are just handsome birds - even if we take them for granted. :)

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  2. They are such spectacular and greedy birds. Great shots Denise.

    Sorry I have had not a single flower to post for sundays. All my reserves are locked up in my dead computer.

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  3. Great pictures of the blue jay. You gave me an idea, too. I might sprinkle some bird seed on the banister of our picnic pavilion the next time I am sitting out there. It would be interesting to see what comes to eat it.

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  4. The blue jays are missing from this area it seems and they use to be so plentiful -- perhaps it's our seed - know they like peanuts.

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  5. Wonderful photos ! I took photos of a New Bird In The Yard today that I haven't seen before ! A Brown Thrasher oh he sang so pretty ! Thanks for sharing . Have a good day !

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  6. What a beautiful shade of blue! Gorgeous photos, Denise!

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  7. Such beautiful coloring on the Blue Jays. Great photos.

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  8. Beautiful photos of a beautiful bird!

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  9. What fabulous photos!
    I have no blue jays right now, but used to ha ve several who were so tame they would pluck peanuts out from between my toes as I lay in the garden. Birds are so enchanting.

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  10. Yep, they usually show right up and take all they can get. :)
    You got some wonderful shots Denise! I really think the jays are a beautiful bird.

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  11. Knowing its completely impossible but none-the-less if I saw a Blue Jay in my backyard I'd go crazy!! It's sooo beautiful!!

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  12. What amazing plumage the blue jay has - thank you so much.

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  13. Awesome series of this beautiful bird.

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  14. Pretty shots of the Bluejay, Denise! They are little piggies! Have a great day!

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  15. These really are wonderful birds - the colour is remarkable. In fact that shade of blue is similar to the blue wrens in my pictures.

    Cheers and thanks for linking to WBW

    Stewart M - Melbourne

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  16. Adorable set of pictures, this bluejay is gorgeous and very photogenic! :)
    hugs
    Léia

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  17. Nice close ups!! Boom, & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  18. These photos of the blue jay are gorgeous, and so clear!

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  19. ...so so pretty. And am I jealous? Wishing we had them come down this far south, but nope. :o(

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  20. Excellent shots. I love Blue Jays. I use the sprinkle the seed trick too!

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  21. He is gdefinitely giving that restaurant 4 stars! Happy Jay!

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  22. Good 'ol Blue Jays----we have own version out this way. Posted their pic today. Great minds--haha! MB

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  23. Hi Denise....Noisy and piggies, but they are the most beautiful shades of blues there seems to be on one bird!!
    Lovely shots!!
    Grace

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  24. A beauty, indeed!

    Visiting from Wild Bird Wednesday,
    Lindy

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  25. I like these shots, a fun bird full of chatter.

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