Mid January Morning Captures

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4 Responses to Mid January Morning Captures

  1. NH Gardener says:

    Always nice to see those small birds. They have beautiful wings when they’re in flight, especially the woodpecker.
    Glad you finally saw some sunshine. I wish we would.
    Nice shots!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Missed a shot of a bluebird as it took off before I could get a shot. Always nice to see them. May be the last sun for a while. Snowing now although we are only supposed to get a dusting to an inch. Thank You…

  2. ellen says:

    We got out inch of snow and it’s about time. Pretty. Fortunately, for my birds the concrete patio did not hold it, so seed is out there. The Eagles, finally a new generation begins, eggs are in. I will once again enjoy the entire time of the eagles care of egg to fledgling as you get pictures. The ‘pig’ of a Pelican, did it get the huge fish? I too love the small birds. About every color in the book and beautiful photos of them. The woodpecker flight towards you is fascinating and the Goldfinch pretty. All are great photos.

    • Jim says:

      Ellen,
      We got about three quarters of and inch but a few miles north and hardly a trace. This pair usually starts sitting eggs first at the end of January. They are a bit early if I am right that they are sitting. Looked like it the way they acted. The pelican was still trying to get the fish down as it drifted way down river. We do have a nice mix of birds around the farm right now. Thank You…

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