Beautiful photos of the orioles! You've been taking photos for only 4 years? You have such a wonderful eye. We are studying up for our trip too, I need to find out about the birds we may see going up to and in Alaska.
I saw my first oriole a few days ago. My picture was taken very quickly through the window with my point and shoot camera. I'm so glad I saw it and got the picture because I haven't seen it again.Your pictures of the orioles are wonderful!
Good morning Sherry,I hope that you slept well.The orioles are stunning birds. Your gardens must be so colourful at this time of year when the birds are wearing their breeding gowns.I do hope the orioles stay and nest in your gardens. I have many breeding blue tits in the garden. Managed to get a beautiful photograph yesterday of a blue tit with a tiny green caterpillar in his beak. I shall use for safari tomorrow.This is a wonderful time of year.......
Wouldn't it be wonderful to have the Orioles nesting in your garden! Fabulous photos ~ I must put out some orange halves for the birds :-)
What gorgeous birds - stunning colours - and what lovely sharp photos you have manged to get of them. I hope they nest in or near your garden and visit often.
They are beautiful We went out again tonight to see the nighthawks. They are a little scary at sundown! ♥
Sherry,Beautiful photos, some of your best!
Great pictures!!Orioles arrived in our garden a few weeks ago. Very quickly I filled the Oriole feeder and the birds returned every day. Here is great website to help to identify birds.http://www.whatbird.com/- Cheers Gisela.Thank you for visiting my blog.
I bet they will nest nearby since you have a pair there. These are the most tropical looking birds in our area, to me.
So lovely, Sherry :-)
Beautiful! I took photos of a pair of birds, wasn't sure if they were orioles or goldfinches, and included them on my Skywatch Friday, May 21st post. Looking at your photos here, I think they're orioles.
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