I’m thinking that the Orioles with the jet black heads are more mature males and that the two in the middle are enjoying their first spring. I may have that wrong, so feel free to let me know.
You’ll see a few more images of these beauties in time…they’ve stayed in the neighborhood!
If you’re wondering what they’re eating, it’s orange slices! They love them.
My apologies if this picture is posted twice. I thought I had it placed here yesterday, but it doesn’t show up on my thread. I know it has for some of you, but I’m putting it on again for my own enjoyment, lol!
These are mourning doves and I loved the light on them…if you look closely at the background you can see snow on the ground! Thank goodness that’s gone, now we just have to contend with allergies and the occasional thunderstorm.
Sorry for the poor quality of this image, but I just like it so much that I’m using it anyway.
Want a great way to start you day!?! Start it off with a bowl full of bluebirds, packed with vitamins. Each serving provides you with the following…
400mg. of happy,
300mg. of cute,
and 900mg. of hopeful.
Directions for use…just LOOK at them, don’t EAT them.
How’s everybody doing? I have run out of chocolate, but thank God I still have a box of Lucky Charms cereal tucked away.
This cute male bluebird enjoyed one of our rare days of sun this past week and told me through the window into the woods, to ration the bird seed. How did they know we were going to be tightening our belts and avoiding close contact with people?
When I think about it, I have noticed birds lined up at the windows watching my laptop screen when I read COVID-19 updates. Is there even MORE to birds than we knew?
Now I’m wondering if they ARE able to read, what else can they do?
Paint with their feet?
The mind boggles.
This Junco didn’t seem to mind having a snowflake resting under it’s eye. I love these little birds and I only get to see them in the fall and winter.
Guess what these little birds are nicknamed? Snowbirds!
Huge numbers of these birds migrate south to the United States in the winter from Canada and Alaska.
A lot of you know that the folks that flock to Florida in the winter are also called snowbirds!