Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Just another finch

I have taken so many pictures of the gold finch this year that they are all starting to look alike but I'm going to push my luck here and post another one.


I probably still have another 101 pictures of these little yellow pretties but I promise I won't show them all

15 comments:

  1. What a beautiful photo, Ann!

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  2. I promise too, that if you did show the next 100 I'd never tire of seeing these beauties!!

    Ann, love this photo composition.

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  3. It's like having canaries all over. I get lots at my feeders during the winter, but they stay out in the prairie more during the summer.

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  4. so cute and he looks like a tightrope walker. i saw on the news yesterday walking these lines is good for our brain and might keep Alzheimer away... you have a with it bird that will never have memory problems

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  5. It's hard to get tired of those little cuties!

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  6. Hey, that's Franklin--not to be confused with his brothers, Frank and Frankie!

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  7. I added this cutie pie to my Awww Mondays post. Thanks.

    Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. ♥♥♥

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  8. Looks very much like a parakeet - don't they offer finches as pets? Pretty thing...

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  9. we love Gold Finches and this spring we must have had 102 visits from flocks of them! So never you mind about postig too many photos of these delightful birds! I love to hear them talking to each other.

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  10. I love the sound they make!!!!...:)JP

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  11. I love watching the finches and also the chickadees that visit here. They're my (and the girls') favorite birds!

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  12. Never get tired of them. Keep the photos coming!

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  13. So pretty! We don't get them at our feeders.

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