A ShutterBug Explores ~ Saturday Critters

'Chance is always powerful. Let your hook always be cast, in the pool you

least expect it, there will be fish.'

~ Ovid




Party fest on Cape Ann MA ~ 
that is ~ pre raccoon time.

We are sharing with: Eileen's Saturday Critters. 


I love your comments. Thank You.


 'Carol'





Angel



'Zoe' (in memoriam)

 

Comments

  1. Hello,

    Cute shot of the finches, they are enjoying the party treats.
    Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, enjoy your day. Happy weekend to you!

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  2. Hari OM
    May such parties return! YAM xx

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  3. Those sure are some happy birdies!

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  4. i love bird watching - always fun to have a feeder nearby.

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  5. Great photo!
    We have to put our feeders in the shed at night to keep them away from the raccoons
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  6. I have never gotten any raccoons at my feeders, Carol. Do they destroy the feeder?...:)jp

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  7. I hope they ate plenty and maybe they are flying South now! I love pretty yard birds. Happy weekend!

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  8. Feasting before the winter comes, aren't they.

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  9. The House Finches were mighty happy to find your offering then.

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  10. Nice to see birds happy with food in their bellies! :)

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  11. That was a party indeed!
    The quote is lovely :-) Have a great weekend xo

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  12. I love a good bird party- and I've been watching them in the waterdish/birdbath:)

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  13. Glad you enjoyed the birds while you could .

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  14. Enjoy sweet birds! What beauties they are.

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  15. Nice to see these birds.

    Thank you for your comments on the low carb diabetic blog. I am so sorry you've had a death in the family, my condolences.

    All the best Jan

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  16. Eek, raccoons are so cute but such pests. In our former life house (before we sold out to travel) they tore up our whole fish pond one night. Ate the koi and the plants and the aerator hose thingy.

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