Monthly Archives: December 2009

A Great Anniversary.

I can’t help but remember this stunning little bird that made a winter so bright for me and over 400 others. Pedro-Maria a female Streak-backed Oriole visited my yard for 26 days from December 8th, 2007 to January 2nd, 2009. … Continue reading

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Deer. Merlin. Juniper. Peanut.

I finally figured out the raccoons are not the only bird seed hogs. Well, besides the birds, that is.This lovely Mule Deer doe (Alice), her button fawn buck (Andy), and a 4 point daddy (Arthur) have been comin’ around in … Continue reading

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Cool shots of NY Peregrine & Snowy Owl

Amazing shots of a Peregrine Falcon interacting with a Snowy Owl. You’ve gotta see this:NY Raptors

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Peter-Piper-Picked-A-Peck-Of-Pickled-Peppers?

I must apologize upfront for the lack of quality of these photos. I was shooting through glass at a severe angle as they were so close to the house. We are blessed in the winter with a large population of … Continue reading

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Willow’d

Here is a pic of the privacy screens I’ve made to hide the concrete and some of the big house built in front of us. It will at least be a great backdrop for photos now!The cattle panel on sawhorses … Continue reading

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Wow! What A Lovely Bird!

After watching the posts on our state Listserve Cobirds about White-winged Crossbills, I finally made time to visit the Grandview Cemetery in Fort Collins to see if I could find them. I’ve seen them before, but not in my county.I … Continue reading

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