A whole flock of them !Sweet picture :)~Jo
There were a couple dozen in the three feeders in this tree...so fun to watch. Most were young ones learning to eat from the feeder....busy parents...so sweet!
Love to bird watch. Wish we had our feeder still. It just drew too many unwanted critters...mice and rats... so we had to stop.
The solution to that is to add a cat! haha
I was close to having a bird feeder, too, (photowannabe) and then my neighbor told me about the mice who came for the bird food on the ground and the snakes who came for the mice. (We have wetlands beyond our back yard.) That was my last thought about the bird feeder. Too bad...
Uh oh...well, we have raccoons and skunks who feed on the seed that drops to the ground. But that isn't enough to make me stop enjoying my birds!
Great photo! Hungry little things, aren't they?
We fill three feeders almost every day! And they are specially made so they can't dump it all on the ground...but we still go through that much! Goodness!
Love the feeder!
Raccoon proof. haha...the only kind I've found that works!
Hi Betsy - excellent dinner time ... love it - cheers Hilary
I think they loved it, too!
Nice they can shareThere at your lairThe fights break out hereCassie still gives them a "lunch time" peer
I bet there are lots of fun things to seeOut the windows at Nanny's! LolTeach those Canadian birds to sharePlenty of seed at your lair.
Much more to seeThan a parking lot in the city for me
Hey folks. there's some grub I really 'needa'Come with me to Betsy's feeder.She fills it for us every dayTo keep our hunger drive at bay.Birds come to here for miles aroundAll species, colours and sizes found.Our enemies can't each our tableSkunks and squirrels just are not able.How hard they try and how much they sweatA single grain they cannot get.And we can later wash it downAt the birdbath where we won't drown.We can wash fleas from our feathersIt works just fine in all our weathers.She is a kind and lovely lassAnd all she does is real first class.But take care of all those lurking catsThere's 16 or so in these habitats.They'd like to take us for a mealSo if you see one give a loud squeal.lol ~ nice photo.
These days a trip to the bird bathMight give them a tadpole stuck to their a**. Lol
lol . . . ahem!I thought the tadpoles had been evicted,So their rear ends would not be afflicted . . . or their front ends for that matter . . . hahaha
I looked in the water the other day and there were more tadpoles! Some have lost their tails already. They are about the size of a sesame seed! haha.
Nice bird feeder!
Serene, beautiful, and welcoming!
Isn't it? It was the light and soft green that made me stop and look in the first place! Beautiful.
Great shot, Betsy!
I'm serving coffee! Stay and chat!And no awards, please! Your comments are my awards!