Wednesday, March 12, 2014

A Feathered Visitor

During most snowstorms, we don't see many birds out flying around, so hubby and I were excited to see this guy (and some of his friends) perched on our gutter. They were adorable! I love how they fluff their feathers up and hunker down to cover their feet. :) We're pretty confident he's a tufted titmouse.

Seen any cute bird antics lately?

linking up for wordless Wednesday

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  1. So cute! We have been getting birds back too, even though it's still cold and snowy.

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    1. Yes, I'm so impressed that they come out in the cold weather! How can they stand it?!

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  2. It's been so cold here along the Texas Gulf Coast that we haven't seen as many birds as normal.

    Here's my Wordless Wednesday.

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    1. We've had a super cold winter here too and it definitely reduced our bird population. I'll be over to see yours!

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  3. Entire flocks of birds tend to land in my yard. I'm not sure why my yard, but they always seem to choose it - maybe it's because I have the biggest tree in the area. Or maybe because I don't have any dogs... or maybe it's because they know I'll be hanging laundry outside and they enjoy target practice!

    The most fun is when you get a flock of crows. They're amazing! And CatMan and I see geese all the time along the bike path - they're soooo cute, and should have babies soon which is always fun.

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    1. Birds seem to adore our neighbor's yard and we also don't know why. I think they avoid our yard sometimes because they see the cats at the window. Crows are so funny. I love how noisy they are. I'd love to see baby geese! I bet they're adorable. :)

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  4. I love his little round shape and the touches of colour. Quite a beauty!

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    1. Yeah, the touches of color are beautiful - I especially like the blue of his wings. :)

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  5. I love the snow flurries - still so romantic to this Australian!

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    1. I love snow flurries too! A light dusting of snow requires no shoveling and so is always welcome. :)

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