Monday, July 22, 2013

A Visitor

 
 One of my favourite birds!
 

 
Rose-breasted grosbeak
 
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64 comments:

  1. wonderful! you've captured the individual personality. that's rare in a bird photograph.

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  2. Beautiful birds and one of my favorites, too. And your photos are beautiful also.

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  3. What a fabulous photo! WOW!

    I have never seen one, so interesting and exotic!

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  4. I can see why it is a favorite!! What a colorful and beautiful bird, Karen!!

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  5. I could only leave a comment by anonymous???? I have no idea why??
    Hope you get this, Karen!!
    Sylvia

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  6. I got both Sylvia, and I knew anonymous might just be you!

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  7. What a beautiful bird. You got some great photos.

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  8. Beautiful shots! We don't get these at our feeders.

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  9. Looks like he is waiting for breakfast!

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  10. I love this bird! Wish I could see it for real, but your pictures are just as good, probably better!

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  11. That is a cute bird, beautifully photographed. I expect it has been named?

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  12. What a charmer!

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  13. Beautiful photos! I like the beauty of this bird, beautiful in tone, exquisite! Wonderful!

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  14. That is an amazing looking bird - it would be one of my favourites too.

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  15. So cute, love his posture in the second picture!

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  16. a lovely little fellow.
    Have a wonderful week and thank you for stopping by my blog today.

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  17. Came from RT.
    A cute bird! Admire your shots :)

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  18. Great capture with his head cocked to one side.

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  19. He looks cheeky!

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  20. Great photo of a beautiful bird.

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  21. Awwwww, what a handsome little fella, and you have captured him beautifully here, Karen.

    Have a wonderful day!

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  22. They are so sweet! What wonderful captures. :)

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  23. Fantastic!!! I've seen them during the Spring migration...but failed so far to get a clear image. I LOVE yours.

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  24. My favourite too. Great shots Karen. B

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  25. That is a very handsome bird. Great shots.

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  26. A real beauty, Kay. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  27. So beautiful photos of your ovely visitor !
    Nice to discovered your great blog.
    xoxo from http://wieczoranien.blogspot.de

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  28. One of my favorites too! I've never gotten such a good photo of one - nice work!

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  29. what a beautiful bird, i don't see them in my yard!!

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  30. I would love to get this close to a red-breasted grosbeak. I keep hoping. :)

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  31. Wow! What an awesome capture..such a delightful bird

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  32. That is a beautiful bird, great shots

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  33. He is very sweet :) Great photos!

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  34. One of my favorite birds too! Great shots!

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  35. terrific pics of a handsome fellow (?) *S*

    second pic he seems to be saying - "not another pic???" *LOL*

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  36. What a beautiful bird and an outstanding photograph.

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  37. What lovely clear shots Karen, great litle bird too .
    TAKE CARE GORDON.

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  38. How could that NOT be anyone's favourite bird !!!! Wonderfull!

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  39. Hi! So cute. Nice captures. your photos are very beautiful.

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  40. Sorry to disappoint you Karen, I live on the East side of the Mt.Lofty foothills.
    Love your little grosbeak, surprising how similar his markings are to our Mistletoe bird.

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  41. Who could NOT like this little red breasted sweetheart♥

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  42. Oh Karen those are such super sharp and excellent pictures. A fabulous bird to have in the garden.

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  43. Lovely pictures of your favorite bird. Thanks for commenting on my blog. This is so exciting, we had one of the Rose-breasted Grosbeaks show up here ...I had no idea what they looked like but the birders reported one.

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  44. Oh what a beauty and one I have still yet to see. Fabulous photos Karin. Thanks for stopping by, I was very interested in your comment about the Carpenter Bee. Hope they didn't do too much damage to your fence post :(

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  45. Oh I agree. Two years in a row we had a nesting pair, but not since... I loved seeing the babies at the feeders... Michelle

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  46. a beautiful one. It´s like it is wondering if it can stay with you.

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  47. I can see why that would be a favourite - what a cracking bird!

    Cheers and thanks for linking to WBW - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  48. Wonderful shots of Beaker! Hope we see him again in the fall.

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  49. So sweet! Beautiful pictures :)

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  50. Simply beautiful!

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