Tuesday, October 29, 2013

The Peanut Brigade

At the feeders this week...
 
Red-Breasted Nuthatch

Chickadee

Blue Jay
 
And, for Tuesday Muse...(because I think he is gazing thoughtfully)...guess who?
(Stoney Braveheart)
 
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56 comments:

  1. Great shots of the birds and squirrel.

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  2. OH my gosh, you get so close to these precious creatures...love it.

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  3. adorable! :) the nuthatch is so gorgeous!

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  4. Oh, adorable indeed, Karen!! These look so much like the visitors to my feeder these days -- and, yes, the squirrel, too! He sits and waits for peanuts!! Hope you have a beautiful day!

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  5. A lovely post Karen..... these birds are beautiful.

    Greetings, Joop

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  6. So many lovely guests Karen:-)

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  7. Great photos of your adorable peanut parade :)

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  8. I can't decide which is the cutest! ;-))

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  9. These are all so awesome! My favorite might have to be the squirrel. He looks like he's posing for his portrait. Nice job, Karen!

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  10. I think Stony is musing about whether you'll remember to fill the peanut feeder when he empties it! (He's so darn cute.) Birds are wonderful, especially the blue jay with his prize find in his beak. Lovely post.

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  11. Awesome captures Karen, I'm not surprised you included Stoney, who seems to enjoy posing for pictures!!

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  12. Lovely, every one, I find it amazing to realise you see all this at your home. One posing guy, love that tail. Cheers, Jean.

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  13. HI Karen Wonderful close up shots of birds and Squirrel.

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  14. Beautiful photos ti looks like a high bird traffic in your garden.

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  15. Like the blue jay....almost too big for him, peanut

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  16. Nice bird shots, but I like the squirrel the best.

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  17. A very nice series of guests at your feeders. I especially like the little chickadee.

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  18. What a lot of entertaining visitors you have. That squirrel is adorable - though I'm sure he's also lots of trouble.

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  19. Beautiful shots. Do you think that squirrel was a bird in his last life? Dianne

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  20. Awesome captures!! All those creatures are too adorable! <3

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  21. Cute series! The Red-breasted Nuthatch is one of my favorites.

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  22. Great serie from the birdfeeder!

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  23. the photos are great; love the birds and squirrel. You have such a variety of feeders available over there

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  24. It's so nice to meet you and thanks for coming by my blog today and leaving a sweet comment....

    These shots are amazing. I think my favorite is the blue jay with the peanut in his mouth...They are real characters....

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  25. You get such wonderful shots! These are no exception.
    Love that nuthatch! I only see the white breasted one. The squirrel is a cute little poser!

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  26. Lots of busy eaters: my favorite is the blue jay.

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  27. Great photos! The squirrel is adorable. I love the way he is standing.

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  28. Great bird shots but that squirrel is a real camera "ham."

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  29. A simple squirrel photo cracked me up. How adorable are those bird photographs. Just too cute!
    JM Illinois

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  30. These are just beautiful shots of the critters, Karen! I love your red-breasted nuthatch!

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  31. Love the arched neck of the little nuthatch. Beautiful variety of wings round your feeder.

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  32. Oh Karen they are so beautiful and colourful. Gotta love Stoney Braveheart. :) Hug B

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  33. Wow! They seem to be your friends giving such wonderful poses.

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  34. Wonderful photos! He's wondering why you won't let him eat in peace.

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  35. Gorgeous Karen -- especially love the nuthatch. xo

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  36. loved all of the peanut lovers, but the nuthatch ...wow!

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  37. A beautiful shot of the nuthatch in particular Karen. You captured a great pose and all the colour of the bird.

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  38. fabulous images. The squirrel is so cute!
    Have a great week. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  39. o, that is a beautiful Nuthatch. Gorgeous. :)

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  40. What nice treats for your little friends, and oh so pretty too!

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  41. These birds - and also the squirrel - are so beautiful! Wonderful photos!

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  42. Nuthatch is a super bird, the images are sharp and show off the species rather well

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  43. What delightful bird shots.

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  44. What beautiful shots these are! I lovre that squirrel pose.

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  45. Wow Karen.. These photos are so clear and well done... Michelle

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  46. Who can resist peanuts? The best snack food there is in my opinion.

    Great pictures.

    Stewart M - Melbourne

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  47. Love the pictures. This is our first year to put out peanuts. Am curious to see what happens...if we have good luck.

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  48. Love the pictures. This is our first year to put out peanuts. Am curious to see what happens...if we have good luck.

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  49. awesome and beaut bird pics and stoney is a real cheeky treasure!! seems he is developing quite a following of admirers! *LOL*

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  50. Splendid series and great photographs!
    I'm partial to the birds but understand a squirrel has to eat, too. LOL!

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  51. Wonderful! Love the nuthatch(my favorite), and that darn squirrel of course.

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  52. Oh, I love your peanut brigade and the other visitors too. I think Stoney Braveheart might be contemplating how to get all of the peanuts back to his tree.

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