There is always lots of activity at the feeders in the garden. This past week we’ve seen the black crowned sparrows, doves, cardinals, grosbeaks and more. The hummingbirds and orioles have been flitting in and out but I haven’t captured photos of the hummer yet. It always seems to appear when I’ve got my hands dirty and full of something besides the camera.
Here are a few of the photos we captured though our lens.
This little black crowned sparrow was hopping all over the grass several days ago but I haven’t seen him around lately.
Doves can be found on the flat feeders and on the ground. They eat up all the bits the other birds leave behind.
The cardinal loves the safflower seed.
The rose breasted grosbeak is playing peek a boo at the black oil feeder.
This little goldfinch settled down inside the coconut feeder and just enjoyed itself.
I’m sharing these feathered lens friends with Wild Bird Wednesday, Nature Notes, I’d Rather B Birdin’ and Saturday’s Critters.
lots more lens friends
birds in the garden … critters in the garden … water birds