What? Let Me Eat!

by Bettie Watts
(Mississippi)

What?

What?



I suppose my cardinals are the joys of my birdwatching. I love to try to capture their antics,and the quizzical looks on their faces.

My feeders consist of one shaped like an old barn, a jar type which is pottery. Otherwise I scatter the food wherever the birds seem to like it best. In the case of this cardinal,it is an old plank on an old tub that has been turned over. They also love old stumps.

Any given day or time I can look out my kitchen window and see at least 6 or 7 cardinals. In the winter I may see 30 or 40. Needless to say my camera is nearby most times.

I hope you will enjoy this photo as well as others I am posting today.
Have fun Bird watching!



Comment
Thank you Bettie for sharing. I particularly love the first picture of Mr Cardinal!
Happy Birding,
Susan

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Jan 27, 2012
I love them too and and have generations here!
by: Anonymous

I love your pictures! They are beautiful! My backyard is a forest and they love it here.

May 22, 2011
Cardinal
by: Leslie Napolitano

Great photos!

May 22, 2011
What? Let Me Eat!
by: Bettie

Thanks Susan...

May 22, 2011
Cute picture
by: Mary

I love the top picture. Great Pictures.

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