Monday, Monday

Outside my window...


It's a foraging free-for-all.  

34 comments:

  1. What array of burds, cheers Terri.

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  2. Doves are my second favorite birds, pelicans are first. i love Cardinals to...

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  3. "Just another Manic Monday", lovely way you set the photos in the frame, great start to another week. Jean.

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  4. Pretty! Oh how I wish the birds would find me... this rain isn't helping.

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  5. A diverse group of visitors foraging, and posing.
    Thank you for linking to Mosaic Monday and best wishes for 2015.

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  6. I see it is masonic Monday. Wondered why the pictures were a bit soft focus.

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  7. Lots of feasting going on at your place!

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  8. Oh what wonderful luck and a beautiful foraging free-for-all. :) Hug B

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  9. I have lots of doves, but rarely cardinals. Lucky girl!

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  10. How lucky are you that they come right outside your window?? I have to go look for them!

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  11. wat geweldig mooi en dan gewoon uit je raam?

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  12. Quite the collection of feathered friends to watch.

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  13. love 'em. got 'em here, too, but they're competing with about 100+ whistlers!

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  14. Sounds like my garden...birds foraging and sometimes sharing!

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  15. Pretty collection of birds.. I love the Cardinals and the sweet doves. I wish you and your family a very happy, healthy New Year!

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  16. Beauties! We have the same visitors!

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  17. And a partridge in a pear tree!


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    <3

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  18. Everyone has to work for a living, even birds.

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  19. We have all of these that hang around here. We have an Eurasian dove that has a ringed neck and is smaller than the larger mourning dove. Great photos of birds looking for seeds.

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  20. Is there a sweeter looking bird that a dove? Am looking forward to seeing the bright Cardinals against some pretty snow. Maybe soon???

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  21. What beautiful visitors! I hope you find a red feather! Happy New Year, dear friend! xo Karen

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  22. I would LOVE to see a cardinal in person! We don't have any out here that I know of and I always enjoy seeing them on blogs:)
    Blessings, Aimee

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  23. What a lovely look out to see all these birds from your window. Happy New Year. To you and may 2015 be a good year for You.

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  24. Love what's outside your window Terri! Beautiful Cardinal couple and I have a soft spot for Mourning Doves... we have more at our feeders this winter than ever before.

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  25. Beautiful birds! That is a nice view out your window if I've ever seen one ;)

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  26. Love that beautiful cardinal! One of my favorites.

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  27. I'm thankful we have Cardinals year round since they're my favorites. :) Doves under my feeders are off-limits and safe. Others not so much so...

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  28. Looks like our crew. I have been seeing a woodpecker of some kind the past week, though.

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  29. I love the bird pictures. We don't have as many Cardinals this winter. I don't know why.

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  30. sweet photos of the birds outside your window.
    I feel for the birds during the winter so I make sure to keep the feeders filled and throw bread out as well. I'm putting torn up bread into the hanging baskets that hold my orchids in the summer.
    Happy New Year Terri!

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  31. They are so beautiful...cardinals seem like winter birds. We had the huge flock of robins arrive a few days ago! They are all over the golf course today...on there way farther South, I think! Happy New Year!!!

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  32. Very nice shots! A good variety of birds. Happy New Year!

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