Spring IS here.............
Pretty boid under a single shingle!
Excellent shot, David. Very sharp! Wonderful capture! like
What a handsome little guy....er, the bird David, the bird!
Many thanks for the Spring notification, without it I would not have known!!!
Thats reet anall Mike!
Thank you Patty I am pleased with its sharpness. and timing! For a change.
I might be small Ken but I'm perfectly formed.... well I used to be!
I was premature Kenny - we have sleet here now! Cancel Spring!
Many thanks y'all, I will continue to remain optimistic and give you updates on the advance of warmer weather (or not!!!) - David
Mmmmm, ta fert t't praise 'n thanks David, but please don't call me anall Mike, sum fowk might git the wrang idea!!!
Well worth zooming on....the detail and focus is amazing! You and that new camera are sure doing good work together:) It is not new to you any longer...but was relatively new when last I was making rounds:)
busy little b--... chikadee :D
we've got two robins redbrests coming to the window both at the same time (must be pair) and asking nicely for some sunflover hearts :) it's so cute!
You are right, its still new(ish) Joy and I am still having fun AND learning with it.
I shall look forward to the pictures Unda
Many thanks to you both - David
Its what us old farts do you know to pass the time between trips to the doctors and senior discount days!
You just have to be careful not to remove your fingers on the table saw!
They are just so damned cute!
Highly desirable residence here ~ the competition must have been great to be the lucky pair to occupy it ~ have we had some chicks yet?
Indeed they are Kevin
So, according to those that know about these things Nick the Chickadee will build several nests and then choose one to occupy and breed in.
I don't think this was the one although I did hear some home improvements going on inside it... I think they put in a new kitchenette.
Cheers both - David
perhaps it became the guest annexe and they are still awaiting the visit of the dreaded Mother in Law ~ Although the new kitchenette should keep her happy ~~
Ah, so that's a chickadee....I always wondered ;) LIKE.
Mother in laws are never happy Nick !
Indeed it is Rosa - so like your coal tit I think. They are just about our most common bird at the feeder, and most endearing (and noisy) they are too.
Thanks y'all - David
Hi David - haven't visited your gallery for a while but a Mirror dinghy conversation got me looking at yours again. Great to see your wonderful landscapes and birds. Cheers, William
Many thanks William I too have been busy, me with retirement. How is it that you seem to have more to do when you're retired?
Best wishes from David In North Carolina
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