In The Field And Backyard

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4 Responses to In The Field And Backyard

  1. You sure got some great shots of the smaller birds. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a female Baltimore oriole.
    That’s a great shot of the bluebird!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Thank You. The Orchard Orioles are neat as well. I like the juvenile Orchard Oriole look in the last pic in today’s post…

  2. Ellen Bunnell says:

    Gorgeous! is the word that came to mind as I scrolled through the small birds pix. So many beautiful pictures with such an amazing array of colors. A great way to wake up this mind of mine. About my third time through I had to pause as I thought about the Eagle hay gathering. I assume this is a daily task for ‘clean-up’ of the nest? Wondering, what kind of tree is that that the Chat is in? Sure makes a ‘gorgeous’ backdrop for the sun yellow Chat. I too love the Orchard Orioles in the last two pix. From the orange eating Orioles through the green tree frog & browns on the ground, then the bluest Bluebird, all just ‘gorgeous’.

    • Jim says:

      Ellen Bunnell,
      Thank You. Color so much more than a month ago. I am not sure why the eagles are putting so much grass down now? The eagles are rarely staying in the nest with the eaglets now. Perhaps to make them more comfortable or cleaner would be my guess. I am not sure of the trees the chats are in . The first pic may be a honey locust. I must agree nature providing splendid bird colors to please the eye…

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