Saturday, May 12, 2018

Friday’s Birds

I love this time of year, different birds visit our yard.  A Hummingbird flew in and back out again, I have a little feeder out for them.  He/she did not come back.

We sat outside after supper and watched birds.

Purple Finch

Purple Finch

Chipping Sparrow

Chipping Sparrow

Yellow Rumped warbler or a Butter Butt

A Butter Butt or Yellow Rumped Warbler. I believe this is a male.

Friday I had a very relaxing afternoon.  I went up North to visit a long time friend  (since 1975) for the afternoon. It was fun catching up!  I came home just in time to help with supper and to reassure Chance that I had not abandoned him forever.

It froze again on Friday morning it was 29 F or 1 C eh!  It warmed up to 58 F or 14 C eh!

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14 comments:

  1. I love the early mornings here when I walk the dogs and hear all kinds of bird songs. I wish I knew the birds here.

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  2. Hope none of your flowers got frozen. We love to sit in our sunroom and watch the birds at the feeders, too. You got some nice photos of yours.

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  3. I heard a robin and a chickadee this morning at 4:45. They woke me up and I lay there and listened to the early morning sounds. It's so nice. Your high temperatures are very similar to ours, but we stay much warmer at night. :-)

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  4. The lone hummingbird was probably a scout and took note of the feeder you've got in your yard.

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  5. You have some cool birds! That purple one is very unusual!

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  6. I love that little Butter Butt! What a cute bird with a cute name!

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  7. Oh, okay! I have some of those chipping sparrows. Love their little striped heads. :)
    Glad you got away for a little visit.

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  8. Stopping by to wish you a nice Mother's Day.

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  9. Butterbutt is a much better name for him!
    Happy Mothers Day!

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  10. I knew that there was a difference in yellow rumped warblers as far as location is concerned. I did know it was such a big difference.

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  11. Lovely shots of your feathered visitors.

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  12. Barney is getting to be very concerned when one of his pack is gone. He starts barking when he can hear the truck coming down the hill. I have never heard of the one bird at the bottom picture.

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  13. What beautiful birds you have there! I'v never seen a purple finch...gorgeous!

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