Monday, January 10, 2011

The birds in our yard

We didn't get much snow but it did cover the ground and made things bright .
The Bennie has been out feeding the birds


13 comments:

Donnie said...

Beautiful harbingers of spring. I bet they love Bennie. Have a great day.

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

I think the Towhee's are just so pretty. I have only spotted two this winter. Too many stray cats around here now.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

The birds have eaten an entire bird feeder full since early this morning, the Starlings take them over....
Love your pictures, especially the male Red Cardinal, so sweet.
Stay warm !
Hugs,
Jo
x

Mildred said...

I love these birds. I can actually recognize both the Cardinal and the Towhee's calls. You and Bennie stay warm and enjoy the birds this afternoon.

richies said...

We have seen a few Rufous-sided Towhees here but they don't come every year so they are always a treat to see. I haven't seen any this winter.

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misslynda said...

That's sweet he has not forgotten the birds. They definitely need a little help in this weather. Very, very pretty pictures.

Rae said...

What a gorgeous cardinal photo. I really enjoy seeing them in winter with their bright red color.

Darla said...

Nice photos, good job feeding the birds Bennie.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Send that cardinal my way come spring! :)

Winchester Daily Photos said...

The little orange bird is beautiful! Sorry I don't know its name - we don't get anything this in our garden!

Sue said...

I love my feathered friends, they bring me so much pleasure. we finally ended up with 6 inches of snow and had it capped off with ice,and that is not good. Thanks for sharing.
Hugs, Sue

COUNTRY GAL said...

Great photos ! We all seem to really like our birdies lol ! Have a great day !

COUNTRY GAL said...

The fact that we have 6 feeders of different seeds and two suet feeders may give off a indication that we love our birdies lol !