I'll trade you a boatload of Titmice for just one Oriole Sherry. :c) Glad they are hanging around.
What a beautiful little bird, looks so gentle. Lovely Sherry.Drop by when you have a moment to see the bees around the units.
It is fun to have them tooting around the garden during summer. They are such busy little birds.
That's a cool hairdo ;)
Ditto what Jayne said. I have Titmice all year. Never an Oriole.Your photos are fabulous. You are getting better, dear.
Dear Jayne,They are very cute little birds..The Orioles come in pairs, do you want two Baltimores or Orchards?LOL!I am needing some blue at the feeders..LOLSherry
Dear Cheryl,I am so excited the female bees are out! Now they will lay eggs in your bee boxes and the process will start all over again. This is very wonderful. Thank you for showing the Mason bees, they are charming.I think the Tufted Titmouse is a darling!I enjoy having them come tot he feeders.Sherry
Dear Lisa,I do enjoy them. I think they are very, very cute!Sherry
Dear Mel,I think the "tuft" just makes this little bird irresistible.Sherry
Dear Mary,They are sweet little ones...Nice you have them about all year.I am hoping for all sorts of birds in the blooming Dogwood. I think the background makes for lovely pics!Thanks,Sherry
Now I DO see these, and they are sweet!
Dear Karen,They are so cute!When ever I see the Tufted Titmice I just want to invite them in.Glad they are about in your gardens.Sherry
Great shots of the Titmice, Sherry. What a difference a couple of hundred miles south makes. We have them year round, but more in the winter. Orioles we may see once a year -- briefly.
Hi Marvin,I bet you have all sorts of different birds and bugs and blooms than I do. Your growing season is longer too I bet.The Peony may not grow too much farther south than where I am.I really enjoy seeing all your bugs. I am learning from you.Thank you.Sherry
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