Our World – Birds on the Back Fence

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American Robin

My wife Heather has been taking advantage of the this isolation to revamp our back yard and add bird feeders and such. So we are getting a lot more birds than we used to. Plus we have more time to sit out and watch them.

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Mourning Dove

So its kind of fun. We have lots of squirrels also helping themselves to the feeders. I don’t care as long as they stay out of the attic.

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White Crowned Sparrow (I think)

So I am consulting inaturalist on some of the critters. I don’t have the patience to be a birder but I’ll do it opportunistically.

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On a different note, we spent some time with Heather’s Mom yesterday celebrating Mothers Day. A good time was had by all. We got food from a local restaurant and so nobody had to cook!!

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And I got a little drone time in as the clouds come rolling in. Check in later this week on my Skywatch Friday post for the images I captured.

I am linking up with Our World Tuesday

13 thoughts on “Our World – Birds on the Back Fence

  1. Vicki

    I love birds and couldn’t have a bird feeder for the last 20 years. We lived out in the country and there was a small owl in one of our trees when we moved there. It soon became a huge owl. I was afraid it would grab a bird while it was eating. I can have one now since we live in town, so I ordered one on Amazon and it should be here in a few days.

    Happy Belated Mother’s Day to Heather & her Mom!

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  2. Joyful

    I love watching birds and other animals but I seldom have time to go out and spot them for photo opportunities. When I was at the community plot the other day and I was just leaving, 2 big fat birds came to eat and it was lovely to see them. I mostly see seagulls from my balcony. Glad you were able to enjoy Mother’s Day with your wife and MIL. They look happy.

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  3. A ShutterBug Explores

    Wonderful photos of our feathered friends ~ fun with your other ‘toy’ and glad your wife and her Mom had a good Mother’s Day ^_^

    Be Well,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  4. Sandra Nachlinger

    I just cleaned up my hummingbird feeder, filled it with a batch of sugar water, and put it on the deck. It didn’t take long for the birds to find it. It’s been fun watching them zoom around. This morning a woodpecker made a racket in the area behind my house but flew away as soon as I got a good look at him. Like you, I don’t have the patience to be a real birder, but it’s fun just to wait and see what shows up.

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  5. Amy Franks

    I’m curious about the drone, do you have limits there on where you can fly them? Here we aren’t allowed to fly them within a certain limit near airports etc, we have to be really careful.

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