Happy Friday from my Garden!

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Happy Friday!, In my Garden, Musings, Nature, Photography

Yesterday after filling up my bird feeders, I went back outside to see if any birds would come by. It didn’t take more than a few minutes before the regulars flocked in, bringing with them this bright yellow Townsend’s Warbler. It was such a treat to be standing right there with my camera at the ready. Surprisingly, he seemed just as fascinated by me as I was by him! I carefully and very, very slowly walked around the area where he was perched to take some photos of him. He just sat there, hopped around a bit and nibbled at the suet every so often.

Townsend’s Warblers visit my yard in late winter for a few weeks before heading to higher elevations in the mountains for the summer.

After what seemed like an eternity, he turned around as if to say
“See you later!”
and flew off into the forrest.

Have a fun weekend!
Sabine

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My passions in life are vegetarian cooking, gardening, photography, writing, good books, traveling and nature. Thanks for stopping by, Sabine

17 thoughts on “Happy Friday from my Garden!”

  1. What a beautiful bird. You got some good shots! I have not been out in the yard yet. Soon I hope. The kids are coming back to go back to the tulip festival. It made quite the impression. Your header reminded me of it. Have a wonderful weekend.

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    • Call me the bird whisperer!! πŸ˜‰ A number of years ago a small fledgling owl landed on my head while I was visiting the neighbors next door. That was different!

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