Bird watching





Our bird feeders that are just 4 ft from my computer room window is a busy place. On any given day I can see over a dozen different kinds of birds, such as, House finch, gold finch, purple finch, tufted titmouse, chickadees, blue jay, cardinals, Inca doves, morning doves, downy woodpeckers, red bellied woodpeckers, and a few more that are less frequent visitors. I never tire of watching them. Its one of the pleasures of this simple life, time to enjoy the beauty of nature. Before the rain fell today, I spread out a blanket and watched the clouds roll in, changing every moment. Staying in the house, just wasn't an option for me when everything was so beautiful.

a morning dove

a chickadee

a tufted titmouse

the clouds

Comments

Jeanne said…
A {{hug}} and a smile from another avid birdwatcher -- I liked the woodpecker in your last entry, too.
Happy New Year, Patty!
Jeanne :)
Anonymous said…
It sounds like you had a nice relaxing day!!I love your bird pictures.
keiko said…
Happy New Year, Patty!
You can watch such beautiful birds from your window, you are lucky. I like bird watching too. But we can find limitted species of birds in Japanese town. keiko
Anonymous said…
The chickadee is my favorite---what a blessing to have time to watch the birds.....
Anonymous said…
I just wanted to tell you that I haven't commented ever, but I have been stopping by yor blog daily for about a month now and I think you are incredible! Your pictures are beautiful and your words calm me and make me remember what is really important. Not sure why I chose today to tell you this, but I did :) Happy New Year and congratuations on the 2 new blessings in your life that will be arriving soon :)
Kelli said…
Patty, I enjoyed seeing pictures of your feathered friends. I saw my first tufted titmouse last winter and think they are beautiful! We all enjoy watching birds and the girls put out whole walnuts for our squirrel "Walnut" each morning. :0)
Kelli
Lucy said…
Beatiful pictures Patty.. I am a bridwatcher too :-)) .... ANd it is great to see what kind of birds you see in your garden ...

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