Thursday, January 13, 2022

MORE VIDEOS FROM THE BIRD CAM...

and a few photos. 

Dove and House Finches


Male and female House Finches


Male Downy Woodpecker and Finches

Eastern Gray Squirrel and House Finch


Male Red-bellied Woodpecker 


White-breasted Nuthatch


Mourning Doves

Another Mourning Dove at dusk


Red-bellied Woodpecker


Male Northern Cardinal

An Eastern Bluebird, almost certain.  As you can see, he got very close to the lens.  I always think they can hear the shutter sound, or maybe see the lights.  They are rare visitors for me and unfortunately, I didn't get it on a video.   As I like to say with all my blurry photos, it's a memory.

Thanks for looking and I hope your day is a great one.





36 comments:

  1. Wow, you are getting quite the variety. I guess you will as it gets colder. I am sure you are right about the Bluebird. This is my absolute favorite one, it is both adorable and hilarious!! He is looking straight in the camera, it doesn't get any better than that.

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    1. Thanks Ginny, they always seem to be the same birds even though a good variety of them. Then the surprise pops in every now and again. When I see those photos you could probably hear me all the way to your neck of the woods, lol!

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  2. All so very beautiful. I would spend a LOT of time admiring your visitors. All of them.

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    1. Thank you Sue, my favorite time watching them is sitting in the family room, drinking a cup of tea, in the quiet of the morning :)

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    1. Muito obrigado :) Um abraço e um bom fim de semana :)

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  4. Love seeing all the feathered ones at your deck, Denise! What a great thought about blurred photos...a memory. The bluebird is darling and I'm so glad he stopped by for a visit at your home. You have a wonderful variety. I enjoyed the videos very much, thank you.

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    1. So glad you enjoyed Martha Ellen, thank you :) Yes, I have a lot of those kind of memories, lol!

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  5. What fun all of these are. I'm amazed by how many different birds you get visiting there.

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    1. Thank you Ann, even though we had two of our favorite trees cut down, we still have a lot of trees in the area. That helps I'm sure :)

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  6. Once again, Denise, exceptional!! They're all good but I adore the bluebird up close and personal.

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    1. Thank you Anni :) I loved that little bluebird too.

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  7. Hello Denise,
    You have some wonderful birds visiting. I love them all, great captures.
    Take care, enjoy your day!

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    1. Thanks Eileen, so happy you enjoyed. You take care and enjoy your day also :)

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  8. Wonderful guests came to the feast. Have a nice year 2022 :)

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    1. Thank you Lucyna, and a Happy 2022 to you also :)

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  9. each photo, each video makes me smile, you know how much I love these. the sun patterns on the houses and trees in the videos are also spectacluar

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    1. Always happy you like these, thank you Sandra :) Those patterns are lovely when the sun is out, I agree.

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  10. Awesome birds! You have a great place to feed.

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  11. So happy you are keeping our little feathered birdies fed. I no longer can (the seed was dropping onto the balcony below me) so i miss my birds. I'll just enjoy looking at yours.

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    1. Thank you Latane :) It's something I've done since childhood when my parents used to feed the birds. Moving to a place with a balcony would be difficult to do this.

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  12. Your cam is well placed. I wonder what the critters think of it.

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    1. I would love to know what they think William, maybe with all this AI we will finally be able to figure that out one day :)

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  13. It's exciting to see such a variety of birds coming to feed. Loved seeing the woodpeckers.

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  14. Oh my gosh, Denise, I was just wondering if those squirrels came around and got the bird seed also, and then I saw your photo. I don't particularly care for the squirrels, they scurry about in my front yard. These are lovely photos of the birds, Denise. You have so many visiting you! And I loved it when the Finches were nibbling, and the Mourning Dove came and they all left it alone so it could eat. I see them often in my front yard and they are very special birds. Birds of peace is what they are. Oh, that red cardinal is beautiful.

    Have a splendid rest of the week, and thanks for showing us the bird cams. I really enjoyed it.

    ~Sheri

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    1. Hi Sheri, no, they're not everyone's cup of tea. Glad you enjoyed the birds. I love the doves too for the reasons you mentioned. My favorite wake-up call when the windows are open, is to hear them collectively cooing. Much better than an alarm clock :)

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  15. Those videos were such fun to view, Denise. This would have been fun if we had thought of one at our VA home years ago. Now, we only see gulls, Canada geese and Mallards but we're too high up and no place for a bird cam.

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    1. That's great Dorothy, so glad you had fun :) Your bird life may have changed but I'm sure you still get a lot of enjoyment from them. And that view you have is amazing :)

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  16. Sweet birds. They certainly know where to come for a treat. Love the camera captures!

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    1. Thank you Ellen, happy you enjoyed and yes, they know where to come. They are very happy in this neighborhood as I see other feeders in my neighbors' gardens. It's a birdy paradise :)

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  17. Nicely done! You have a great spot for the videos.

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    1. Thank you Jenn, we lucked out with that post in just the right spot :)

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