Black Capped

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songbird on
the seed bell
dee dee dee
chickadee

46 thoughts on “Black Capped”

  1. Lovely work! Sometimes with birds you have to wait for quite a while before you get your shot. It takes some patience. Some food for the birds surely help πŸ™‚

    Great work, thank you for sharing!

    Have a great 2015!
    Tieme

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  2. Hello, leaf and twig. I have been following you for over a year or more. I always leave a like and enjoy your pictures and poems so much. I think I have commented a few times in the distant past. I don’t think I have received a visit from you or a like. That is OK. You have so many followers I know it must be difficult to visit them all. I am thinning out my following list and will be saying goodbye to you. The best in the coming year.

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  3. Keep those superb photos coming! (I’m so glad that birds miraculously survived the mass extinction event that wiped out all of the other dinosaurs! Birds, of course, are a type of dinosaur… and it’s probably their small size that saved them.)
    Hoping you have a healthy and enlightening New Year!

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    1. Sharon, thank you for all the sharing/reblogging you’ve done – and for letting me know. I really appreciate it. Wishing you all of the very best in 2015. Cheers, Catherine

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  4. Great shot. I am wanting to create a seeding and water station near a flower bed this year. Hopefully I can get some great remote shots.

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