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Shadows 
Posted: 18-Feb-2009, 12:15 PM
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Here is another visitor to our feeding station:

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These photos were taken through a door window and a second storm door window, there might be a bit of distortion due to that.



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Posted: 18-Feb-2009, 01:36 PM
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Beautiful image, the blue against the blondey-grey wood. Very clear if it's actually though twolayers of glass. Looks a little magical -- the branch he (or she) is on is shaped a bit like a cupped hand bent at the wrist, poised there for the jay to sit on.
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Posted: 18-Feb-2009, 01:42 PM
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You see it the way it was before my eyes, yes through two layers of glass... I did not see the wrist image until you brought it up!

That bush is one of the 50+ year old Lilacs we have on thr property...the birds love it!
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Posted: 18-Feb-2009, 02:24 PM
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Here is one from Fall 2007:

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Posted: 18-Feb-2009, 02:27 PM
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Shadows, what beautiful photos. I am enjoying looking at these. I need to get some seed as I am out. I don't get to see the birds like I used to since I moved my computer. I would love to have those beautiful birds at my feeder. I have those European Doves I think their called I might be wrong on the name.
Thanks for posting these pictures Shadow.

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QUOTE (Rindy @ 18-Feb-2009, 02:27 PM)
Shadows, what beautiful photos. I am enjoying looking at these. I need to get some seed as I am out. I don't get to see the birds like I used to since I moved my computer. I would love to have those beautiful birds at my feeder. I have those European Doves I think their called I might be wrong on the name.
Thanks for posting these pictures Shadow.

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Thank you I enjoy taking these photos!
The doves in my photo are called morning doves ( not as in the break of day, but as in the morning sound they make as if greaving ) the low couing sound is what gives them their name.
These are also good eats unsure.gif wink.gif

I have many other birds visiting our feeding stations, just have not been quick enough to get the pics... hawks, falcons, chickdees, titmice, and even woodpeckers.
Hope to get more pics soon!
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Posted: 18-Feb-2009, 03:13 PM
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Thanks for letting me know. Why of course it's a Mourning Dove. I meant to say a European Pigeon..even though that's not correct either. lol Ya lucky guy getting to see Hawks and Falcons in your yard. I will have to get some seed now. You just gave me the fever. thumbs_up.gif

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Posted: 18-Feb-2009, 03:33 PM
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QUOTE (Rindy @ 18-Feb-2009, 03:13 PM)
Thanks for letting me know. Why of course it's a Mourning Dove. I meant to say a European Pigeon..even though that's not correct either. lol Ya lucky guy getting to see Hawks and Falcons in your yard. I will have to get some seed now. You just gave me the fever. thumbsup.gif

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Rindy I live in the country in PA... we see lots of wild life here.
We have 6 breading pair of bald eagle at one place 11 miles from here and another 2 pair 5 miles from here. Redtail hawk are common as well as some falcon!

The owls are as aboundant as rats in the city!

It is just a matter of having the camera ready!!!! thumbs_up.gif wink.gif
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We have mourning doves here. I have always heard that they mate for life so if one is killed they do not look for another hence the name.

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Posted: 02-Mar-2009, 07:51 PM
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Through the glass! Another visitor to the mystical hand!


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Posted: 28-Mar-2009, 06:34 PM
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Shadows that photo of the Cardnial is fantastic. thumbs_up.gif

Here's a picture of a Ring Neck Dove there's so many different doves. We do still have snow. Hopefully I will be able to get some better photos when the weather gets better.

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wow these are some beautiful pictures! It truly must be a treat to see such gorgeous birds so often. Our backyard has been a little torn up by construction so I have a feeling we may not be getting so many visitors this year. But of course there is still nature to enjoy and I'm very glad we can all enjoy it together


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I have been watching birds and killing birds to eat since I was a young boy. At 65 I still enjoy birding all year. In the fall I still enjoy hunting quail, doves, ducks and geese. Each fall and winter I look forward to identify a new migrant bird(s) at my feeders.
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Does anyone want to see my pecker? ............
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.... I finaly caught it on camera!
The thing has been avoiding me since last year!


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Posted: 22-Aug-2012, 05:05 PM
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A visitor to my yard!

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We have heard this Bob White for almost a month now but never saw it.
Captured August 18, 2012 as my oldest son and I were splitting wood ( well my boy was splitting I was cheering him on ).
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