For Wordless Wednesday, let your images tell the story.

Dark-Eyed Junco Feeding Banquet Style
Dark-Eyed Junco Feeding Banquet Style

“Feed the birds, tuppence a bag.” (From Disney’s Mary Poppins, written by Sherman Brothers, 1964)

Purple finch feeding
Purple finch feeding

Sharing for Denzil’s Nature Photo Challenge

Pingbacks seem to be working again–hooray! It’s not too late to share your bird posts this week: Sunday Stills: Time to Feed the Birds

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34 thoughts on “#WordlessWednesday: More Snow, Still Feeding the Birds

  1. Banquet style – I smiled at that and how nice it can just slide on down to feast some more. Beautiful pictures of these birds feasting in the snow. One highlight of my day is watching the videos that a local photographer captures of the birds feeding out of her hand at Kensington Metropark. The Nature Center has an area where birds will alight on anyone’s hand and eat, even large birds like Mourning Doves or Red-breasted Woodpeckers. If you’ve never seen her videos and still shots she is on Facebook and Twitter: Jocelyn Anderson Photography. Today she had a video of a male heron bringing his mate some next fixin’s and she took it in her beak and fit it into the nest. 🙂

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      1. Yes, it is very cool to watch Terri. And Jocelyn usually runs the videos in slow motion so you see each thoughtful selection (and often rejection) of the snacks she offers. She calls her palm “The Hand of Snacks” – a refreshing pause to my day.

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  2. I see more birds in the last couple of weeks, Terri. My next thing is to get a birdfeeder, but I don’t know where to put it. I only have tall pine trees, no bushes or small trees. I’ll think of something.

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