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Discussion in 'Birds' started by WildBill, Apr 13, 2007.
Finally got a shot through the open window! :biggrin:
Thanks for looking in! :wink:
one of the most beautiful birds on the planet! Try to catch it off the feeder if you can Bill but be assured thes are great!
Thanks Dave, It snook up on me while I was looking at another bird.
Seems anytime its not at the feeder the window is closed!
Like this one through the dirty window
Very nice bird, the first photo is great.
Good Shot and boy were you close!!
Wish i had birdies get close enough to photo
Close and sharp! well done.
Eduardo, Gale, Gary, and, Jose, Thanks so much for your kind comments.
Great shots, Bill.
There such fast feeders its hard not to get a pic with them all blurred out.
I have one that dominates the feeder, all the birds leave when he arrives. He eats like he pecks the tree, seed flies every where and I have to go buy more :smile:
WOW! Talk about beautiful! My red belly hasn't been coming as often lately and I haven't seen my little downys either! If you have to, do what I do, sit out on your porch or patio, or with that window open and wait! Shoot whatever moves! That's what I've been doing lately. Keep on shootin! These are fantastic!
I don't think you should clean that window at all, it gives that shot a certain early-morning, coastal misty look about it :smile: , good looking bird btw.
Thanks Debbie, I think that is the suit from your list.
Bryan, it is fast in and fast out, but picks out the corn mostly, also eats the corn from the squirrel feeders too.
Thanks Dianne, It has been too cold to keep the window open long, and if I go outside my little one wants to go too and well she doesn't sit still too long. On the upside she knows a lot of birds by name. :smile:
Blue, thank you for your comment. The dirt is in between the two panes of glass that I can not get to.
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