I invite you to join me today on this Walk Down Memory Lane as we browse through a few of Jake's slides of birds.
The first picture is not actually a bird,but the work of the Pileated Woodpecker.
These birds can create a very large cavity in the tree.
Your truly trying to hand feed the Pine Siskins.
Note the branch across the bird and then take a look at the next one.
These edits were down with Photoshop Elements 5.
Another picture of the Ruffed Grouse,drumming.
And again the edited version.
A Western Meadowlark in the glow of sunset.
Jake captured this one sitting in our old garage.
A House Wren busy feeding it's young.
Pine Siskin in a pretty pose.
This was probably our first sighting of a Great Egret.
Here is a Killdeer nest.
Feeding a Tennessee Warbler,both the above and below photo.
Oranges are a treat for a lot of the birds.
The Baltimore Orioles love them.
This little Tennessee Warbler is looking for some orange juice.
Obviously the Cape May Warbler also enjoys oranges.
A Common Redpoll hangs onto an icicle waiting for a turn at the feeder.
The earth is the Lord's and the fullness thereof.