Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Wild Bird Wednesday

 
 
It is hard to believe it is that time of the year again when the Sunflower seeds are ripening and the Gold Finch are here to feast on them.
Mr. Goldfinch is stunning ...
 
 
 
And, as there is no gender descrimination on my blog, Mrs. Goldfinch is also stunning in her own way :)
 
Have a Wonderful WB Week ...

20 comments:

  1. Beautiful birds to see... many thanks for sharing.

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  2. Great photos of the Goldfinches on the sunflowers.

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  3. Great series!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  4. Cute shots of the goldies at the sunflowers. They are happy birds there!

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  5. HI Great shots of Goldfinch on the sunflower.

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  6. What beautiful shots you have gotten of these beautiful little gold finches! End of the summer almost. It is hard to believe isn't it. Where did the summer go anyway???

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    1. Haven't a clue, Jeanne. Look at my Inspiration Avenue post and you will see how I feel about it :) Thanks for stopping by ...

      Andrea

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  7. having a feast, all that yellow, love it!

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  8. Thats a lot of gold! Very nice.

    I suppose I do wonder why it was harder than some of the other areas, but I spent enough time wandering through wetlands to know they are not uniform - as to why that is, you can just keep asking I suppose.

    Cheers and thanks for linking to WBW

    Stewart M - Melbourne

    PS: I added another image to the WBW - I forgot last night!

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  9. Really stunnin indeed. Thank you for sharing :)

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  10. Beautiful set of pictures - especially that first one. They are certainly little yellow fellows.

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  11. I love the first photo the best. The way the petals of the flower surround the bird it looks like he has a halo.

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  12. Love your finch photos. This year we finally got a few golden finches at our feeder. I just love their beautiful yellow color. Now I'm off to the next post. lol. Hugs, Edna B.

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  13. Yellow in Nature is so beautiful! I'm looking forward to the fall migration so we can once again enjoy the Goldfinches.

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  14. Yellow in Nature is so beautiful! I'm looking forward to the fall migration so we can once again enjoy the Goldfinches.

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