At the feeder

It seems that a bird feeder is s good location for snacking, socializing and perhaps off-loading a bit of aggression if you are a harried, worried bird parent.


Now I can understand seed, but mealy worms just don’t interest me. The Wren couple obviously feel otherwise.

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The bluebird drifted by a few times


and the titmouse paid a call.


we are a bit far from the shore, but still –

just for Miriam

just for Miriam

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One Response to At the feeder

  1. AlisonH says:

    An actual bluebird! The non-native house sparrow (called English sparrow when I was a kid) has decimated their numbers. That Carolina wren is gorgeous, but then, I’m partial to wrens.

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