Originally Posted by TeriM
Wow Hazel, what a great selection of birds you have
. Wonderful pictures
. I think I might be getting envious of your blind
The only shots taken from the blind were the hairy woodpeckers and the juncos this time, if I recall correctly. The sparrows, warblers, bluebirds, blackbird, robins...I was just meandering nonchalantly to get those shots. Most are cropped pretty close, but I could get within 40 or 50 feet that way. Go slow, take some pics, take a step forward, take some pics, take a step forward... madame hazel is in her glory because I let her take as many pics as she wants on the way to the birds in case the next step flushes them.
The soaring birds were a tad farther away, of course.
Those are cropped pretty tightly.
I'll probably start using the blind again when the bluebirds start feeding babies (should be in a couple of weeks considering the behavior I saw a few days ago), and when the indigo buntings and rose-breasted grosbeaks return
Originally Posted by Melinda
thats it!!!!! I have been searching for a pic of him online, thank you!!!!
You're welcome! You gave a good description