What delightful pictures of your bird visitors, all frumpy from the rain. We have our hummingbird feeders out (the columbine is blooming), but no visitors yet this spring.
Splendid bird shots! Rose-Breasted Grosbeaks and Orioles breed in the NC mountains but not in the Piedmont so we don't see them here, just the grosbeaks as transients. I envy you, they are such gorgeous birds!
What a beautiful collection of images. How do you manage such crystal clear photography? Just gorgeous...better than any bird field guides I have on my shelf! Really!I'd do the same, sit out in the rain with them. Happy Sunday Safari!David/:0)
Lovely birds. Thank you for the beautiful photos!
Dear Sherry,I am speechless.....so many beautiful birds, it is like the rainforests in your gardens.I dreamt of the Grosbeak Saturday night, seeing it on your post reminded me. How odd!!I am so glad the Rain Dragons returned to your garden.We have blue skies this morning.I have heard the dragons are returning to my Garden on Wednesday....could you perhaps keep them with you a little longer :)
What a wonderful array of beautiful birds you have visiting you Sherry and your photos are as lovely as always! I love the Rose Breasted Grosbeak and the Orioles are just amazing, I always love seeing them in your garden! The Hummingbirds too of course.We have had around two weeks of unremitting rain after a prolonged period of drought and yesterday was particularly wild with driving rain and very high winds which brought down my lovely, very old white Lilac tree. Then last night to round off a troublesome day we had a power cut :-(Thank you for bringing me some much needed colour and cheer Sherry!
We have Rose breasted Grosbeaks in our garden too. Isn't it fun! We need your rain. I haven't seen a hummer in our garden yet. It won't be long. Beautiful photos.
My hearts just races looking at all of the winged beauties in your yard, SherryQ!! They are each such a small bundle of lusciousness :)
Brave of you to sit out in the rain! That grosbeak looks like he has a punk hairdo! And the robin is saying "Soldier Up!!" So funny!We had rain all last week, and again this morning.
What a wonderful party of different birds you have, Sherry! Best of all, I'm so happy to see your first hummingbird. I had planned to weed in the garden this morning, but it's much too muddy, so now I know what I must do--put out my hummingbird feeders!
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