Monday, November 6, 2006

Getting ready for Winter

   The birds and squirrels are storing up getting ready for winter.  Makes for some great shots at the feeders and some really fat squirrels.

            Coming in for a landing.

         The nuthatch picks out the sunflowers.

        The Hairy Woodpecker is waiting its turn for the insect suet.

    I couldn't get any pictures of the Junco's as they don't stay in one place long.  Also all of these are done on auto mode because most birds swoop down on the feeder and go.  The squirrels have doubled in size and look downright obese.

10 comments:

madcobug said...

Those were very good. You did a good job in getting them. Helen

lindaggeorge said...

The photos are lovely but that first one is amazing.

Linda.

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nhd106 said...

Great photos...great title for them too!!

Nancy : )

rayne1123 said...

ADORABLE SHOTS
NOELLE

rbrown6172 said...

great shots!  i love all wildlife photography...i think that's my first desire.
gina

lanurseprn said...

These are really good pictures!  Love the obese squirrels.  Poor things, though.
Pam

nightmaremom said...

awesome!!  great shots
d

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rebuketheworld said...

Looks like perfection...like frame all of them woman...loved them...I love how you put the borders around them too...I cant take a picture to save my life...it really is a form of intuition....loved them..-Raven

xxroxymamaxx said...

Beautiful pics.  We should be getting a lot of birds here in Fl. very soon.  snow birds. Actually people too. lol  Hugs and GBU, Shelly

mtrib2 said...

I like how the bird is coming in for a landing with it tail feather's apart.    The feeder is unusual and I had to look close to see how it is formed.    I have never seen one so artistic as that.     My squirrels do not get that large in the fall.    I have pecan, hazzlenut, and walnut trees with red, white, and pin oaks not old enough to produce acorns.      As a signpainter for over 20 years I used gray squirrel hair brushes that before computer vinyl lettering, now the standard, the availability of squirrels for brushes was getting to be in shortage.     I feel I owe them something for the living they provided me.     mark

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