Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Wild Bird Wednesday


I haven't done the Baltimore Orioles this year because it seemed like everyone else was doing them.  That is good because it means that they are flourishing.  But, every year ours come, stay for two weeks or so and then leave.  This year is different and I am hesitant to say anything for fear of jinxing my hopes, but they seem to be staying longer and we are all hoping they are nesting close by.  Fingers crossed :)










I'm taking donations for Grape Jelly ... :)

Happy WBW!

17 comments:

  1. Lovely birds! The colours are so pretty.

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  2. Beautiful colours!! Boom, Bobbi and Gary.

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  3. So colorful and beautiful!! I hope they stay, too!!

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  4. Lucky you, I love the Orioles.. Gorgeous birds and wonderful photos..

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  5. Ooh and ahh. You can post photos of these charmers as often as you want. And I hope they are nesting nearby. For you, and for my greedy self.

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  6. What beauties! You got some really lovely shots!

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  7. Excellent captures of these beauties.

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  8. I see these birds are colour coordinated to their surrounding!! Beautiful.

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  9. Bill used to feed them all through June and July, before he started driving a truck. They would come and go from the direction of the vacant lot. Now he enjoys them on his road trips. We see them often. Nice post!

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  10. I love your oriole photos. I don't have any by me, so I'm really enjoying seeing photos of yours. I do hope they are nesting close by so that they will stay on. These birds are so beautiful. I like your feeders too. I think I'm going to try putting one up to see if we can attract some orioles. Hmmmm. a projecst for this week.

    My phone and cable have been out again all night and most of today. The repair man just left, and hopefully all is fixed. You have a wonderful day, hugs, Edna B.

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  11. They are such beautiful birds and you got some great pictures. I sure hope they stay in the area for you this year!

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  12. Pretty birds! Don't let mine find out you trim the oranges for them, they'll want the same deluxe treatment.
    Ours are starting to slow down, not so many of them now.

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  13. What great looking birds! It would be a real treat to have them stay for even a short while

    Cheers- Stewart M - Melbourne

    PS: The Nobbies will be revealed in all of their (limited) glory next week!

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  14. Such nice birds have never seen before. Lovely series!

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