Monday, January 04, 2010

My World: At The Birdfeeders




A little bit of snow (around 1" or so) produced a lot of activity at our bird feeders. (Photos by Jo - 1/3/10)







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12 comments:

Wren said...

Obviously, the hotspot for birds in the Ozarks! :)

Lisa at Greenbow said...

You have such good habitat for the birds as well as the well stocked feeders. Beautiful photos. We don't have any snow here just cold weather.

Deb said...

Oh, nice photos! Nice to see you're all doing fine.

Ellen Rathbone said...

Oooo - look at all the cardinals! We don't get them here - too cold. Shame - I miss them (and titmice).

Gaelyn said...

It's a very pretty scene. Personally I think 1 inch is more than enough when it comes to snow. Stay warm.

Sylvia K said...

Oh, what terrific shots, Marvin!! I agree with Wren, got to be a hotspot for the Ozark birds! I do love your pics!

Hope your new year is off to a great start!

Sylvia

Tony said...

I'd like to see the Ozarks someday. Nice photos. Looks like you have a pretty nice piece of land!

The Good Life in Virginia said...

oh look at all the cardinals...wonderful captures of them. my poor birdies have no food. snow has been too deep for me to venture out and fill the feeders...i am a bad mommy.

Kerri said...

Oh this is so lovely!! I rarely see more than one set of cardinals in my yard at a time. What a treat!!

SandyCarlson said...

Utterly beautiful.

Lana Gramlich said...

Lovely photos, Jo!

Kenneth Ramos said...

Bird feeders are one thing that I would enjoy having. I have tried to establish a few but they turn out to be more squirrel feeders than anything else, LOL. I lived in Arkansas for a number of years but never really got the chance to visit up in the Ozarks, though the mountains there, from what I have seen, look a lot like it does here in Western North Carolina.