Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
I just love that first photo of the blue jay in flight – magnificent!
Look at your snow! I've been hoping you would post at least a few shots, since you are closer to my property than any other bloggers... and I don't get to see it!Lovely shots, Vicki!
The blue bird is a real gem!Beautiful pictures.Stay warm,hugs,Merisi
Such vibrant colors!! And I bet those cats were just chirping away. Mine always did. We had a window feeder that drove them nuts!
Love the photos! How do you keep the kitties away from the birds? Are they indoor only cats?Deana the Queena
Wonderful winter photos. And THANK YOU for warming up the outside show with the warm inside perspective of the kittehs.
The kittehs are indoor only. And I'll post more snow pictures tomorrow, Ms. A -- it's zero degrees right now but the sun is shining!
It's amazing tiny little birds are outside in that cold flitting around. Great photos...but life list? Must have missed the connection somehow.
ha. so is the cat birdwatching like the rest of us? ha...think our purposes may be different in it...i like the splash of color in the jay and cardinal...
More great story telling here, Vicki.I do hope that those kittehs keep their Life List in the realm of conceptual art.xo
Barb, serious birders, of which I am not one, keep a list of every new bird they see and identify -- that's a life list.
Lucky kitties. The bird are really hitting the feeders in this cold icy weather. Stay warm.
Thanks for educating me (again!) Vicki. Of course the kittehs will have a great life list of their own!
Red bird, blue bird - against the snow - gorgeous! And black and whites, of course!
Beautiful Blue bird Vicki. Great photos
The blue jay is stunning, nothing like our jays, though they are pretty enough in a more muted way. I'd like a few of these on my life list!
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