A ShutterBug Explores ~ Saturday Critters

  

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Mourning doves 'chow time' ~ in line on Cape Ann MA
(notice the puffed up one in left corner)



We are sharing with: Eileen's Saturday Critters.



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    'Carol'





    Angel ~ my rescue  yorkie ~ love her ~ Xox




    'Zoe' in memoriam ~ Xox~ love her always.



Comments

  1. They are funny birds. All my feeders have trays on them and all have a dome over them to keep rain at bay and hopefully make it harder a hawk to swoop down for lunch of a bird.
    Any way, finally after years of practice the doves have learned how to land (ungracefully) on the trays. Then they have to inch their way around to the feeding stations.
    Hugs to you and Angel and my the sun shine brightly on your snow melting it quickly
    Cecilia

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  2. I've noticed that birds sure do get hungry when it is cold outside.

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  3. I love the sweet doves. Great capture of chow time. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, enjoy your weekend.

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  4. We love when mourning doves. visit our placce. The sound they make is so soothing.

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  5. You're getting more and more this winter! How nice to feed them and enjoy watching them Stay warm!

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  6. Those sweeties sure are enjoying their feast!

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  7. Love your photo. Mourning doves always bring me great joy to see in my garden.

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  8. Lovely photo. Have a wonderful day today.

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  9. Interesting quote. I will give that some thought.

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  10. Looks like they are really enjoying what you're feeding them:)

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  11. Much nicer than the lunch line at school!

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  12. Hello,:=) What a lovely line up. They puff up to keep warm, and then enjoy your chow. :=)

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  13. Nice photograph, thanks for sharing.

    All the best Jan

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  14. I only have the same two doves that come every year and on the other hand pigeons are all the time. I love them all.

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