Monday, 10 February 2014

Winter birds: they make the cold, white snow dance with colour


Mourning dove
Red-tailed hawk
American crow
Pileated woodpeck
Red poll
Wild turkey
Downy or hairy woodpecker
American sparrow
Goldfinch in winter colours
Ubiquitous Blue jay
American robin - in snow
White-breasted nuthatch
American sparrow

Barred owl: Who cooks for you?

Pileated woodpecker
Purple finch
Downy or hairy woodpecker


Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
another series of gorgeous shots Jenn!! YAM xx

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

What a great collection of bird shots. I always like goldfinch pictures.

Beth @ E. Lizard Breath Speaks said...

i just can't pick a favorite. they are too cute. love the chickadee though. have a lovely week. a cold start for us. ( :

Christine said...

Just beautiful photos!

carol l mckenna said...

All lovely photography ~ cardinal in his red regalia stands out so well in the snow ~ thanks,

carol mckenna and artmusedog

Hilary said...

You've got some beauties around there. I have never seen a pileated woodpecker though I've heard them a few times. I hope to see one before too long. Send one this way, willya? :)

Olga said...

This is a fabulous collection. Such a variety.

Ela said...

Wonderful collection of photos

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful birds and a great collection of photos. Have a happy week!

Cloudia said...

Such a lovely, healing post, Jenn


ALOHA from Honolulu
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Red said...

You have a fine assortment of winter bird photos.

Kay said...

Amazing photos! I love seeing the chickadee and downy woodpecker in winter. Beautiful photos, Jenn.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Great photos each and every one, even better as a collection!

Powell River Books said...

Those are great shots. Out on the water we don't see many winter birds, and I don't feed them. With our crazy schedule I don't want them to become dependent on us. - Margy

Carver said...

Fantastic collection of bird shots. In the post above this one the ice crystals are amazing and I also thought the tree looked like it had an owl.