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Wednesday, January 06, 2010


Margaret Lambert

With the charm of the birds and the beauty of the snow it's hard to take a bad photo! From all that I've read about the pros, it's the hours of waiting and hundreds of shots that the one great photo comes from. You have other things to do!


Birds are a blessing in the garden. We love to feed them, enjoy their antics and you can always tell when a storm is approaching -- they feed like mad! Found a new visitor this week -- a Northern Mockingbird. He's not visited before! Was quite excited to see him!

Love your pictures -- they are good!

We're putting lots of food out for our friends . . . and don't even mind with our low temps on feeding the squirrels. (They love the stale leftover Christmas nutcakes!)

We have a heater in a bird bath -- another way to attract birds!


Very nice pictures Roz. You did a good job! It's a "good thing" to take care of our feathered friends. We have a lot of nuthatches, chickadees, hairy and downy woodpeckers, cardinals, and the wild turkeys, of course. On occasion the squirrels visit and squander what they can. It's enjoyable watching!


Love the bird photo's but I'm going to stay in with the pussy cats.



Great photos, Roz, amateur or not."Poor cats"..., but at least they've got great cat TV for free!


Great photos of those sweet little birds Roz, and all that white snow looks so beautiful. Your kitties look content and warm inside.

hazel coombes

I love your birdie photos, you could easily do it professionally. I love to watch the blue tits on the feeders.


Beautiful pictures of the birds. And the kitties are beautiful too.

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