Saturday, June 21, 2014

Grounders

 
White-throated sparrow
 
Grey Squirrel (Buff)
 
Black squirrel (Mumsy)
 
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39 comments:

  1. each as delightful as the next Karen

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  2. Oh, sweet photos :)))
    Have a nice weekend !

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  3. I wondered what I would see when I read the title ... now I know. Delightful shots Karen.

    Have a great weekend.

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  4. Sweetness all around today.

    I've yet to see and photograph a white throated sparrow. Lucky you.

    Have a great weekend, and thanks for linking to the Bird D'Pot today [in advance]

    Hootin' Anni
    and
    Anni @ I'd Rather B Birdin'

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  5. Your blog is amaizing.Photos are very great.

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  6. Karen, I love your White-throat Sparrow..Beautiful shot. And the squirrels are cute! Thank you for linking up to my critter party. Enjoy your weekend!

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  7. Wonderful shots! They're all adorable.

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  8. beautiful images Karen. The black squirrel is wonderful. I didn't realize they were in Canada.

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  9. oh, so very cute! just love your squirrels (and names for them.) :)

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  10. Great critter photos! We have plenty of gray squirrels but I haven't seen a black one in ages.

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  11. Ah, my favorite critters and beautiful bird, terrific captures as always!! Hope you and your family have a lovely weekend! Enjoy!

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  12. Pure brilliant, the first is my fave, but they all had it, cheers Karen.

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  13. Beautiful photos of three really wonderful "critters."

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  14. Gorgeous animals and photo's. Love your shots

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  15. Great captures! Happy week-end♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/embossed/

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  16. oh that mumsy, what a cutie!!!

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  17. What charming little critters! Beautiful shots.

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  18. Love that little patch of yellow on the sparrow.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  19. Wow...love the sparrow!

    I've never seen a black squirrel before! How fun!

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  20. excellent pics!! that sparrow =has gorgeous colors, not what one expects from a sparrow!! *S*

    love the squirrels, mumsy is one of the gentler featured black squirrels you have displayed *S*

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  21. I know they are common enough but I loved those White-throated Sparrows and their cheeky whistling notes. Thanks for reminding me of them Karen.

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  22. I like the way you've connected the sparrow to the squirrels by calling them all grounders. Clever!

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  23. I love the gray squirrel and all the shots were wonderful.

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  24. Fantastic shots of the sparrow and squirrels! I've not seen a black squirrel yet. Very cute.

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  25. Really like that Sparrow. Much nicer than our UK versions.

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  26. Such nice shots...we don't have the little black squirrels around here...I wish that we did / so cute.

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  27. Gorgeous photos and, my goodness, how cute are those squirrels. Their tails are so fluffy.
    The little sparrow is quite dear too :D)

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  28. Your squirrels are adorable... each has it's own personality. Are you the only one in the family who recognizes them? I'm guessing Beep probably does also when she visits!

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  29. I keep looking for an interesting sparrow, but all I can see are the common variety. This one is a beauty. Love the squirrel!

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  30. Oh, White-throated sparrow does have white threat and he looks SO brave i your GORGEOUS picture♡♡♡
    So sorry for my belated comment, busy Sat. and Sun. p;)

    Sending you lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  31. A White-throated Sparrow always seems somehow uniquely Canadian to me. Great shot.

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