Category Archives: Wrens

Portraits

  I’ve recently snapped a few bird portraits that I thought I’d share.  These were taken over the last week in my yard.               Enjoy!  

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Winter birding isn’t so bad

When winter begins, it always feels as if my birding days will be over for a long time.  But the truth is that winter can be a great time for bird watching.  My yard has been so busy with activity … Continue reading

Posted in Chickadees and Titmice, Deer, Finches, Pigeons and Doves, Wrens | 4 Comments

Winter visitors

I’m starting to see some of my winter regulars in my yard, including Dark-eyed Juncos, Northern Flickers, and Carolina Wrens.  The Juncos are only here in the winter; the Flickers and Carolina Wrens are in my area year round, but … Continue reading

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The chilly days have begun

Seems like fall has arrived.  I don’t mind the cooler weather, but I wish the sun had been out a bit more this week.  It’s so hard to photograph in the woods when it’s not bright and sunny.  I tried … Continue reading

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This and that

Guess what?  Remember the robin that built a nest on our porch?  Well, after the babies fledged, we started using the porch again.  We sit out there to read and the kids come in and out that way, so the … Continue reading

Posted in Dragonflies, Finches, Grackle, Wrens | 9 Comments

A fabulous 4th of July weekend.

Nothing like a three day weekend!  We’re getting a thunderstorm right now, but the long weekend was fabulous.  I spent most of the day Friday taking pictures and I have lots to share.     These little Warbling Vireos are … Continue reading

Posted in Blackbirds, Butterflies, Chipmunks, Flycatchers, Gnatcatchers, Sparrows, Squirrels, Vireo, Waxwings, Wrens | 6 Comments

Kentucky!

We spent last week at a beautiful rental house on the edge of Rough River Lake in western Kentucky.  It was a week without internet just to connect as a family, visit nearby Mammoth Caves, and enjoy nature.  The very … Continue reading

Posted in American Sparrows, Birds of Prey, Butterflies, Chickadees and Titmice, Cowbirds, Ducks, Flowers, Ibises and Herons, Reptiles, Swallows, Thrushes, Wood-warblers, Wrens | 11 Comments