The life of Crimson - my favorite feeder visitor

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Silvyp on January 7, 2010

oh lovely!

Nice collage Liam! are you using picnik?



((Ospr3y)) on January 7, 2010

Nope, Silvy I used Microsoft Paint and Microsoft Digital Image Standard 2006 for this one.

peargrin on January 7, 2010

Oh, so sweet! What are they and how do you get so close? Congrats, peargrin

((Ospr3y)) on January 7, 2010

Hello, Peargrin. This is a Female Northern Cardinal. The chicks are easy to approach, the adults are harder but tame. The males are brilliant red.

Admin Kazemi آدمین … on January 7, 2010

beautiful regards..Admin

John de Crom on January 8, 2010

Fantastic and lovely picture Ospr. Greetings John.

David Brown Photogra… on January 8, 2010

Love this Liam

We had a nest right outside our back door this year-just-gone and we lost the female, we suspect, to a red shouldered hawk that marauds our neighborhood. We have seen them take a female towhee off the nest before.

Maybe next year...........

joyfotos on January 8, 2010

VERY nice! I was looking for pics from the new camera:))

a3a35919 on January 8, 2010

Weathering the cold now and pulling out some oldies? Cuties!

((Ospr3y)) on January 8, 2010

Thanks, Admin

They are wonderful birds, John, I enjoy them so much, they are actually our most common bird, but not the most abundant, that's the Cedar Waxwing.

That's so sad, Jethrohoyt The hawk 'round here only eat squirrels, except those Sharp-Shinned Hawk are fond of White-Throated Sparrows.

Thanks, Joyfotos I actually got the camera in yesterday, I'll upload some photos.

That's right, it's nostalgia, Danny

Greetings from Hephzibah,


Paxdeena on January 8, 2010

Lovely photo's Liam,the little one looks very sweet!!

Did you also made photo's when he was growing up???


((Ospr3y)) on January 8, 2010

Yes, I did, but this is a She.

Paxdeena on January 8, 2010

You can't see that here!!!!!!

((Ospr3y)) on January 8, 2010

The males are bright red.

peargrin on January 9, 2010

Hi Ospr3y, wondering if you have a moment if you can help me identify this? I've been pouring over Sibley's, but I'm just not sure... Many thanks, peargrin (aka gingerlimes)

((Ospr3y)) on January 10, 2010

That looks like a Palm Warbler, Peargrin

Pan Kartsonakis on January 13, 2010

Really very nice photos.

MaryAlice on January 13, 2010

Fantastic shots, Liam! My goodness, they are all quite impressive! It looks like you really had a front row seat!

A very creative collection of shots put together so well.

Darling little baby birds. New life is so precious.

Great job!!!

All the best from Yatesville,

Mary Alice

a110jp on January 16, 2010

its cute!!

((Ospr3y)) on January 17, 2010

Thanks, Kartson, glad you could stop by.

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  • Uploaded on January 7, 2010
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    by ((Ospr3y))
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot SX110 IS
    • Taken on 2009/04/15 06:28:38
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 6.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.800
    • ISO Speed: ISO80
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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