Kia hora te manno
Kia whakapapa paumamu te moana
Kia tere te Karohirohi

May the calm be widespread
May the sea glisten like the greenstone
And may the glimmer of summer dance across your pathways

Thursday, April 02, 2009

Yadda, Yadda, Yadda

Black-Capped Chickadee

"What's that you say?"

Steller's Jay

OK, OK, I heard you the first time, I'll leave some for the other guys."

Northern Flicker

"If you won't make a perch, you could at least stop this thing from swinging around"

House Finch

" Don't you know it's rude to stare"

Savannah Sparrow

" Yes I know my feathers are ruffled, yours would be too, if you had to be out in the wind"

European Starling

"Who are you calling greedy, may I ask?"

Spotted Towhee

"Would you look at all this mess those other guys left"


Janet said...

KeeWee- I love seeing the Stellar Jay. We don't have them here and it is interesting to see new birds. The other photos are great too.

ps- your word verification doesn't show up when you look at the post inside Blotanical.

Daphne said...

All my birds are starting to show up too. I love to hear them sing in the morning.

Cathy said...

Not only are the birds beautiful so is your photos! very nice indeed

Becky said...

Your photos are great! What an excellent job at bird watching you have done!!

Gardeness said...

You've got a great mix of birds visiting. Wonderful photos of them. I just spotted that last one in my garden last week. Is it an Eastern Towhee?

Ryan said...

I have never seen a Stellar Jay . . . its gorgeous!

Thanks for the pic!


gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

You got such nice pictures. I've had a towhee in my yard every morning the past week, but I can't get a good picture of him.

Peggy said...

You were able to take such clear photos of your visitors! Most of them are unknown to me especially the Stellar Jay he looks so regal. said...

Wow, such great captures. Nice job, it's so nice to see such a variety of birds.

Sue said...

Awesome post! I love your pics and commentary! I think that flicker may be the kind of bird I saw in my front yard one day in the fall, and never again. I thought it was a woodpecker of some kind. I'll have to check and see what their territory and migration routes are.

Thanks for visiting my SkyWatch post.

Anonymous said...

KeeWee~~ You've got an amazing talent for picture taking. Such beautiful visitors you have.

(Word verification is working for me. Or at least, it's there. I haven't typed it yet.)

RainGardener said...

KeeWee your pictures are fantastic! Love the bird babble! You've got so many neat kinds. So far just robins, my lil chocolate guy and some hummingbirds and they aren't around enough to say they are. Great post - loved it!!!

Kim and Victoria said...

Your bird shots are so nice! How do you do that???

Jan (Thanks For 2 Day) said...

KeeWee, I'm commenting on an older bird photos...just so you know when you open your comments. They are wonderful photos..and I like your captions underneath them! Now, instead of commenting on every single post before and after that, I must say I've been missing a lot by not visiting more!
I enjoy your trials and tribulations so nicely laid out for us to read! You've worked hard with your seeds, planting outside and in, and so much else! Congrats on such a nice blog, and so much effort...and, a great sense of humor;-)