A ShutterBug Explores ~ Wordless Wednesday

Feathered friend on Cape Ann MA


We are sharing with: Sandee's Wordless Wednesday  

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'Carol'


Zoe' (in memoriam)

Comments

  1. We love the birds too and feed all that show up. Our neighbors aren't happy because they sit on our fence and well leave their love behind. We don't care. The birds are welcome here.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Carol. Big healing hug. ♥

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  2. That's a little cutie, so bright and cheerful!

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  3. Oh how colorful dear Carol! I really love how striking its feathers are! Brings so much joy!

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  4. Hari OM
    A bright spot on a dull day! YAM xx

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  5. What a colorful and beautiful little one - and well fed too, always a good thing to see.

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  6. The beautiful Goldfinch, my state’s official bird. Nice shot! 😊

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  7. Love the photo of the finch! Have a sweet day!

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  8. That is a bright and pretty bird. This year has seen record numbers here. They have had a very good breeding season and most are laying for their third brood.

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  9. Aren't they the sweetest , brightest coloured little birds ever (here in North America at least ?) LOL .. we feed the Goldfinches too .. you can't help but love them !

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  10. A bright and cheerful friend at that!

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  11. Love the Gold finches!! I had a feeder sock like yours but the darned squirrels got at it and gnawed holes into it:( I now have a heavy duty steel mesh feeder they can't get into or chew!

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  12. Such a pretty yellow bird - looks like a finch. We see pairs of them flitting around the trees here often.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  13. Love the cute Goldfinch! Take care, enjoy your day!

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  14. Such a hansome birdy. They are so lively. It is fun to watch them go from their bright yellow plummage to their olive green plummage of winter. Then the best of all is when they change to their summer color in the spring .

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  15. Delicate light exposure! Love it

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