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Thursday, November 15, 2012

Mr. Jay



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  1. What?? What?? What?? I'd say what ever you say, Mr. Jay!! You are one handsome dude!

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    1. He does have a commanding spirit about him, doesn't he? And the sparrows scatter when he speaks! haha.

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    1. I know! I was really getting a dirty look! :)

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  3. Minding his own business in the tree
    And the human just could not let him be haha

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    1. I know...I can almost hear them....she's always got that camera in our faces!

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  4. He is new in your yard?? he is beautiful!

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    1. No, he's been around for a few weeks! He's so pretty!

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    2. Really pretty, maybe he heard about your new reastaurant LOL

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    3. Watch him! Jays are kinda greedy at "restaurants"

      Hi Gloria!

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  5. I love that "expression" on his face!

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  6. Love the Blue Jays...
    Have you ever seen the baby Jays??
    Hilarious...
    Bigger than the mom and dad...squawking...very entertaining...
    Great shot...oh well..you already knew that!!

    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. I've never seen babies! That would be fun...and very loud, I am sure! They certainly do squawk!

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  7. haha...oh its just you again....taking pictures....smiles.

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    1. yes, they know me by now! In fact, I can call them and they come flying! haha.

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  8. LOL!!! Do not disturb! Take care
    x

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    1. It looks like he's saying that, doesn't it! :)

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  9. I love the jays!! They are such fierce parents!!

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    1. Are they? They need to make a nest here next spring so I can enjoy that!

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    1. Ii wish there were more of them...we just have 1 or 2.

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  11. He is such a beautiful bird and you really know how to get the shots. Good thing you are only armed with a camera. Although the cats probably wish you were providing them dinner each day. Pigeons are easy game around here for the cats. There are so many of them that I swear they breed faster than the wild cats. And they are such a dirty bird. It is nice when they are contained. I hear in some countries they do eat them. But I guess they have adapted more than any other bird to live amongst mankind. Never quite sure what they eat but they always seem to be full.

    Thanks for such a great picture.

    God bless.

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    1. Oh yes, Pigeons are kind of slow. Doves are, too...and if a cat does get a bird, it's usually a mourning dove. Can't imagine eating pigeon. But some countries eat cat! haha.

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  12. The color in this shot and the softness of those white feathers! Wonderful.

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    1. His face is a little out of focus, though. I think he moved at the last second. Grr. ha.

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