Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Wild Bird Wednesday


There are few birds around that are cuter than the perky little Chipping Sparrow ...


(Note:  either one of my windows is cleaner than the other, or the sun glare is effecting the clarity of my pictures ... I'll let you decide :)


He was off in a flit, finding food and maybe, by now, looking for a little femme fatale ... 
 Have a great week everyone!

19 comments:

  1. What a cutie indeed!! Great shots for the day, Andrea!! Hope your week is going well! Enjoy!!

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  2. They are cute sparrows. They should be heading their way back to my yard soon.. Great shots! Have a happy week!

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  3. They are cute sparrows. They should be heading their way back to my yard soon.. Great shots! Have a happy week!

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  4. I do love the little birds - known here as LBJs (little brown jobs). And they pay dividends for a closer look. Thank you - and have a great week yourself.

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  5. I was thinking today I hadn't seen any chipping sparrows since fall.
    Wonderful shots of this sweet bird!
    Love the bokeh in the first two.

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  6. Hi Andrea Fantastic shots of this gorgeous little bird.

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  7. they really are precious little things. :)

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  8. Yep, sparrows and warblers...they're just birds that don't stay in one spot very long...so busy they are!! Your photos are terrific Andrea.

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  9. It amazes me how many species of sparrows there are. They are even mentioned in the Bible. Sweet.

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  10. Nice bird. Rather more colourful than our British Sparrows.

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  11. So pretty.
    Aren't we all waiting for Spring. :)

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  12. This little chap (or chapess) is still very nice!

    I think you would have laughter if you'd been able to see me watching my first hummers! I was rather excited to say the least.

    Remember Australia is big - so you need to make sure that Melbourne is on your bucket itinerary!

    Never met another blogger in the flesh - although it seems some were very close to the places I visited in AZ.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  13. Our chippers here will soon move away into the cooler temps. They are such clean and handsome little birds!

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  14. Just so darling and I love those closeup expressions the bird is showing you...too sweet. Had our 7 th tree fall on Wednesday, becoming very weary around our place. A month that has changed this property forever, thankful so far home is safe~

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    1. I am so sorry, Mary, that you are losing so many trees. I always feel like I am losing a friend when one of mine comes down. Hopefully nature will bless you with some replacements soon. I agree, thankfully your home remains safe.

      Andrea

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