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Hummingbirds - I love to watch the hummingbirds - my goal - notice them and be able to stand and watch them whenever I want!

Homing Pigeons by Gary Romig in the style of Fulton

Terrierman's Daily Dose: Maladaptive Pigeons at the Hand of Man

Diamond Firetail Finch

Diamond Firetail Finch - Australia - Charming little bird with a fire tail.

Starling - We had a pair of Starlings visiting our feeders.  I was told they could be "bully" birds at feeders but we haven't had a problem with them driving away smaller birds so far.  They are fun to watch.

Starling - We had a pair of Starlings visiting our feeders. I was told they could be "bully" birds at feeders but we haven't had a problem with them driving away smaller birds so far. They are fun to watch.

☺♥BEIJA FLOR♥☺

Violet-crowned Woodnymph Hummingbird - ©Michael & Patricia Fogden (via FineArtAmerica). Found from Guatemala and Belize to northern Columbia and western Venezuela

Woodpigeon- Lots of them around us but they don't often come in the garden. We see flocks of them grazing in the fields around us.

Columba palumbus - Common Wood Pigeon -- their gentle cooing makes me think of summer, and lazy days and home.

Mourning Doves ~~ Mourning doves and other ground-feeding birds, such as juncos and sparrows, prefer their meals served on low platforms. Although they will land on elevated feeders, they are much more comfortable dining at a lower height. One of their favorite foods is cracked corn. [photographer not identified] T2 animal

Attract Songbirds to Your Winter Garden

A cold winter day is perfect for curling up by your living room window to watch a colorful parade of songbirds stop by your feeders for a meal. Here's a quick rundown of the most common backyard birds and their favorite things to eat.

Bar-tailed godwits(Limosa ponica)                 cross the Bering Strait to nest in western Alaska. Big, noisy and cinnamon-colored, it is conspicuous on its tundra nesting grounds.  A few may show up on either coast of North America in migration.

Bar-tailed godwits(Limosa ponica) cross the Bering Strait to nest in western Alaska. Big, noisy and cinnamon-colored, it is conspicuous on its tundra nesting grounds. A few may show up on either coast of North America in migration.

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