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01/06/2004 01:51:18 PM · #1
I like your bird pictures! I cant believe you got 6 in one shot, thats true patience and bird watching! I like to try and take them too but usally I spot them and and get ready to take the picture and my 3 year old or one of my cats always scares them away.
01/06/2004 01:41:53 PM · #2
Wonderful! I love birds - and really enjoyed learning a new one! Your 'at the feeder' shots are just great.

-Letty
01/06/2004 01:15:31 PM · #3
wkmen,

Those are very nice bird photos. I really enjoyed looking at them.

I think Anne is right about the one labeled as Cedar Waxwing being a female Cardinal. That red beak is a dead give away to a Cardinal. The Cedar Waxwing has a black beak.

Thanks for post the link to your photos.

Joan
01/06/2004 01:09:20 PM · #4
Nice - I suspect that your Cedar Waxwing is actually a female Cardinal. We have several pairs and they are beginning to get noisy even though Spring is far away.
01/06/2004 12:35:14 PM · #5
Joan & Anne -

Here are some of my birdfeeder photos. They're not as good as yours, but the birds are fun to look at anyhow.
At the Birdfeeder
Enjoy!
01/06/2004 12:08:25 PM · #6
Glad to be of help. I am an avid birdwatcher. Love to photograph them.

Joan
01/06/2004 11:59:57 AM · #7
Thanks so much - I shopuld have known that but I haven't had them at the feeders before.
01/06/2004 11:41:55 AM · #8
The little bird with the red on the head is a Redpole. It is one the many varieties of Finches and is often seen with Goldfinches and Pine Siskins.Those are nice photos.

Joan

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01/06/2004 11:23:00 AM · #9
just snapshots, I know, but enough for an ID I think - there were pine siskins and goldfinch and this little (sparrow??)guy with true red on head
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