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June 29, 2010

Cute little girl getting some food!!

It was fun watching her trying to figure out the new feeder tray!!  I got rid of the old vintage Dr. Pepper tray I had mounted on the deck.  It was getting rusty and worn out and I wanted to try something new!  This new one seems to be working great and much easier cleanup — AND — there were still seeds in it this morning which means raccoons didn’t get much of the food!!  YAY!

There were a few juvenile robins looking for worms around the backyard.  They are cute too!

Juvenile cardinal.  I swear whenever I’m messing with my camera settings something good stops by.  This picture kind of sucks but you can see the changing colors of the feathers.  Pretty cool.

I haven’t seen the house wren near the hanging birdhouse lately — even though it is plum fool of sticks!  I guess she didn’t like it!  I am pretty sure this is a carolina wren.  I went back to the other post w/the house wren and it did not have the white stripe by the eyes — maybe the carolina will nest close!!  🙂

2 Comments leave one →
  1. June 29, 2010 8:30 pm

    Yep every time I put down the camera or preview my shots I miss the perfect one! HAHAHA
    You’d think after 10,00o clicks I’d know that.
    I like your new tray feeder–I need something- I’m really going nuts with the squirrels, they are taking over! help!

  2. June 29, 2010 9:46 pm

    there were even seeds left this morning which means the raccoons didn’t clean it out! now i’m pretty sure squirrels and chipmunks will have no problem as you see!

    i am so stoked that these birds are bringing their young to the feeders! good stuff!!

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