Thursday, October 13, 2016

FOR THE BIRDS, PLUS......

Chipping Sparrow


Catbird



Maybe someone can tell me what this little bird is.  He was enjoying the overgrown grasses nearby.



And a bonus shot of a sweet little rabbit.



From the archives.

For the following as they become available, with my thanks to all our hosts Eileen, Misty, Anni and Stewart.  You can click on the memes below to visit other participants.  

Misty at Camera Critters
Anni at Bird D'Pot
Michelle at Nature Notes














37 comments:

  1. Dear Denise, I am just getting ready to shut down for the night when your post graced my screen! How beautiful to see all these birds and sweet rabbit! I will sleep better now, and I want to thank you for sharing your lovely photos. I hope you have a great weekend. :)

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  2. Feathered, and furry enchantment. Thank you.

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  3. Sparrow is my favorite is very common in Europe, too

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  4. No idea what the little bird is called but he is a little darling. As you know I am definitely a bird fancier though mostly birds in the UK. It doesn't stop me from admiring others, though.

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  5. ALl great shots and I am sure someon from the US will know that little bird. He looks like a young bird to me.

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  6. Hi Denise, great images, the Catbird is a colorful little bird but love the Rabbit, these images really have to be on the spur of the moment, they don't hang about for you. Regards John

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  7. Hello Denise!:) Gorgeous and endearing captures of all these sweet creatures. I'm not sure about the ID, but it could be a juvenile song sparrow!
    Denise, I'm not sure if I was able to link up with Todays Flowers, and there was no image. Could you help please.

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  8. Magnificas fotografias destas belas aves sobre a observação do coelho.
    Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
    Andarilhar

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  9. What great photos, I do not know my American birds so cannot help with identification. Have a great weekend. Diane

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  10. Don't know answer to your question, but sparrows are the dearest birds, aren't they????

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  11. LOVE that bunny.. we listen to a cat bird all day long but I have never seen one. we have so many big trees we hear the birds but can't see them. we don't have water or food in our yard for them because of Jake the hunter

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  12. Thank you so much, for commenting on my Wide Photos blog!!!!! I was thrilled, to find a comment there. :-)))))

    Again, thank you!

    Autumn blessings,
    Luna Crone

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  13. Chipping sparrows are one of my favorites. We hear them long before we see them in the spring.

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  14. They are cute little critters. Have a beautiful weekend!

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  15. A www so sweet & precious & the bunny was a very happy bonus for us all!

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  16. Lovely shots Denise ....and what acute little rabbit!

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  17. No idea on the little bird. What a cute wabbit!

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  18. I was going to guess song sparrow as well. We have one that looks similar hanging around our cabin this fall. - Margy

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  19. Beautiful Chipping Sparrow. The streaky one is a Song Sparrow which may have lost its tail to a predator. They may sometimes actually cast off their tail feathers when attacked by a hawk.

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  20. Hello Denise, love the sweet birds. The bunny is adorable. Awesome photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing you post! Happy Saturday, have a great weekend!

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  21. The mystery bird is either some kind of sparrow or a house finch. They are hard to tell apart. I have never seen a Catbird so fluffed up ad pudgy!! Very pretty. Have you heard them? They do sound like cats! Cute Bunny!!

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  22. Nice bird shots! Love the rabbit!

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  23. Wunderschön die Vogelbilder!!!
    Gruss Elke

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  24. Love the chipping sparrow....perhaps the other sparrow that was seen in the grass is a savannah or a song sparrow? They're so difficult to identify, aren't they?

    Thanks so much for joining in with us birders this weekend at I'd Rather B Birdin'....it's always a pleasure.

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    1. ps....ps...Yay!!! I'm here, getting around to visiting my Blogger buddies! You're on my list of catching up with since my week's absence. I'm so happy I stopped by today. I failed to mention what a sweet bunny photo too.

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  25. Sweet birds and rabbit! Yes, we now have a destination! It's going to be such a blessing, getting to our new home! Can't wait to do some sharing of our new environs, but it will take me a while. I always appreciate your sweet comments.

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  26. love that little second bird! How sweet he is. Looks like possible a song sparrow as I read other comments, but have no idea myself. Very cute though

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  27. Your first two birds are very similar to out Tree Sparrow and our Blackcaps

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  28. Great photos!
    The first one is my favorite

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  29. Great photos, especially the Chipping Sparrow!

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  30. Wonderful visitors! Love the rabbit!

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  31. Hello Denise... I miss my chipping sparrows. I would guess song sparrow, but Anni and Eileen would know better... Michelle

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  32. Denise, you take such lovely photos! That bunny is absolutely adorable :)

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