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Saturday, January 19, 2013

Winter Is For the Birds

Happy Saturday, friend!


the birds in our back yard
have picked every seed out of 
every frozen crevice...

now they sit on the fence
and wait for Sall to bring 
his bucket of corn out to them....

we like to keep everybody 
happy around here!

this Redpole
have all been feeding
rampantly today,
getting ready for the frigid cold
weather coming in the next few days!   

4 below 0 tonight!!
Brrrr! I hope they have a nice warm nest 
to cuddle up in!!


Anonymous said...

Fab photos today!

TexWisGirl said...

so sweet. even tho we're not nearly as cold or snowy, i'm still feeding mixed seed, sunflower and scratch feed for our birds and ducks. :)

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Such beautiful photos today. I love the sunflower and the redpole.
We have the same weather coming in tonight.

Anna Hanley said...

Hi, What wonderful photos! Stay warm friend. Anna

Bonnie said...

Oh...brrrr is right! I love winter but 4 below is a bit much for me. Your photos are wonderful! Stay safe and warm.

Country Gal said...

Beautiful photos . We like to keep all of our birdies here happy and full as well ! Have a good evening !

barb said...

Red pole? I've never seen one here, beautiful.

Lynne said...

Absolutely beautiful photos. Love seeing your Redpole . . . I am still waiting for some to appear. Cold, cold weather seems to bring them out!

Brian King said...

The pheasants on the fence is a beautiful photo! I like the redpoll, too. We don't see those around here.

Jennifer @ Town and Country Living said...

Gorgeous photos!!

Melinda said...

4 below-- good golly!
Stay warm.

M :)

Karen said...

Lisa, much the same weather here, too, and I've been feeding the birds every day. I can't imagine trying to stay alive in this below zero weather, it's amazing how they do it.

Let's hope warmer days are ahead.

Hilary said...

Hmm....a vaccine for cabin fever. Now there's a thought.

Nancy Claeys said...

Hopefully, the cold snap has left you Lisa. We had 40s today, but it was still chilly.

Love the photos, especially the redpoll. Thanks so much for stopping by today -- so nice to see you. :)