Monday, March 10, 2014

NATURE NOTES, WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY AND BIRD D'POT

Peekaboo.....I see you!


This House Finch pair were having breakfast one morning when I opened the curtains.  A very nice sight to start my morning off.  

Today I am linking with Michelle's Nature NotesStewart's Wild Bird Wednesday and the next Anni's Bird D'Pot.  Thanks for hosting these wonderful meme's, always very enjoyable.

38 comments:

  1. A lovely start to the day. Thank you for sharing the magic.

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  2. Hi Denise... I love the House Finches, a splash of red from those males is lovely!!
    I love hearing them sing from the tree top!!

    Grace

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  3. That's cute, Denise! Great capture of the finches! Have a happy day!

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  4. What a wonderful sight. I take it they are wild finches. We only have finches in cages in the lower part of Western Australia but up north they are in their thousands. I've had finches in a very large cage since about 1986 so many, many generations of them in there now. They began as plain zebra finches but there are now white and fawn ones as well. Very cute little fellows.

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  5. Great caption, Denise, it brought a smile to my face.

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  6. A certain sign of spring...a 'married' couple.
    Jane x

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  7. How lovely, when the herring gulls get cheeky they tap on our windows and doors and sit on the back of the patio chairs staring in...I have a photo somewhere which I will find and post!

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  8. Great early morning capture. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Lovely couple!
    The way the female is peeking around the feeder is so cute.

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  10. Cute! A great way to start the morning for sure. :)

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  11. It is so cute to see the birds playing.

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  12. That would make my morning special! We used to have house finches on our feeders when we had our home in Oregon.

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  13. I love the house finches outside my outside my breakfast window. This morning they were joined by a Sharp-Shin Ned Hawk. Dianne

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  14. Always love to see House Finches. You did indeed start the day well.

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  15. indeed, a fabulous start to your day; love the colourings

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  16. Cute! Very polite of them to say good morning to you. :)

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  17. lol, some photos seems similar to most people. The first thing I thougt of was "peekaboo" and then I noticed you did too. :)

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  18. They look cute I have been unable to see my birds for a few days we have had new floors being laid tonight is the first time since last week I can see out of the dinning room window and guess what its dark

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  19. LOL! She definitely looks like she's peeking around the feeder!

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  20. They are wishing you a good morning!
    Fabulous capture


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral

    =^..^=

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  21. They look like they are observing you. I love the female's curious expression.

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  22. I have on,y seen a few house finches so far. We are stillmhaving the invasions of starling and grackles at the feeders, which arr being filled less often as a result. Your finches were were a cute couple.

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  23. I've never seen little finches here on the farm until yesterday, I think they must have escaped from captivity. Do hope they survive. They are such cute little birds, aren't they?

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  24. Oh cute pair..hope they bring their babies to the feeder this summer..Michelle

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  25. Aren't they a treat? Every morning they are usually the first ones up waiting for me to fill the feeders:)

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  26. I had a male on the porch sitting out part of the most recent snow storm. So cute.

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  27. Aww, how cute! Safflower sweeties!

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