As I mentioned in my most recent Wednesday Walk post, I managed to get in an hour long meander with my camera a couple days ago. For the majority of the time I was out, there was little to no bird song, but towards the end, as I was walking towards our front door, I realized I was hearing some chatter. So for the last ten minutes or so, I stood as quietly as I could in the driveway, and tried to capture the hyper little creatures as they darted through the wind tossed tree branches (with limited success). However, I thought I’d share the best of what I got to show some of the birds in my yard that still remain, even though the cold weather is approaching.
One last thing before I get started with my latest contribution to the Feathered Friday tag that @melinda010100 has kept flying on the Steem blockchain – be sure to check out the post she did for this week, called Chickadees for Feathered Friday, which has some adorable pictures of the Black-capped Chickadees that hang out in her yard (like one of the little guys I have below – great minds, eh Melinda? 😊 ).
Now on with the birds in my yard on November 6th, 2019
And because I’m irrationally bothered by the fact I couldn’t get some close, clean shots of these beauties, I decided to include three old shots of each, so you can see how adorable they really are.
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