You can't miss this post today... I have some very special bird photos to share. I've been lucky this week ---and have had some very special guests at my bird feeders. Obviously, I've been taking alot of photos to share....
First of all, I had a visit from Daddy Bluebird and two of his babies... One of the babies is pictured above... Isn't he adorable?
Here's a picture I captured of two baby Blues --on top of the arbor --waiting on Daddy to bring them some dinner! You should hear them 'chatter' when Daddy brings them food... SO cute!!!!
AND---I finally got a photo of all three of the new Baby Blues together. I think the one on the left is a male and the other two are females... (But--they change daily--so I'll keep looking.) In this photo, they are looking up at Daddy --who is up at the Mealworm feeder getting some delicious worms for them... YUM!!!
The following four photos are ones showing Daddy Blue feeding one of the babies... I was so excited to get these pictures ---as you can imagine! Daddy Blue goes up to the mealworm feeder while the baby waits in the plate below for Daddy to bring some mealworms to him/her.
The Blue Jays love peanuts ---so I have to keep on adding more to the plate JUST for them... When the plate is empty, the Jays will HOLLER at me!!!!!! ha ha
BUT--the Red-Bellied Woodpeckers love the peanuts also (and so do the Nuthatches)... Here is a female Red-Bellied visiting the plate feeder.
Now---here is one of the prettiest woodpeckers I think ---especially this time of year. This is a Red-Headed Woodpecker.... Gorgeous, isn't he?
The Red-Headed Woodpeckers are so gorgeous that I couldn't stop taking pictures of him. I hope he brings his babies to the feeders this year. I loved seeing the baby woodpeckers, both Red-Headed and Red-Bellied in past years.
Ah-Ha........ Guess who else likes the peanuts???? It's no wonder I have to replenish that feeder so often... ha ha (Don't you just love this picture of the gorgeous Red-Headed Woodpecker with a big peanut in its mouth????)
Finally, here is a story as told by Mr. Pileated Woodpecker, as he tries to figure out how to get to the Suet Feeder.... (I think he is a 'young' Pileated--who was just learning!)
Hope you enjoyed my 'adorable' Bird Photos as much as I have enjoyed them!!!!!
Have a wonderful day!