Well, you hang around your kitchen window
looking at all the critters and birdies who are looking for a snack...
Critter feeding is pretty messy business.
This is the frosty view outside my kitchen window above the sink.
It seems a certain little somebody was trapped when the icy rain started coming down in buckets. She had to take cover under the wagon. Looks pretty chilly...and uncomfortable.
can you see her?
As soon as it let up the bluebirds were back. I've lived here 10 years and only seen bluebirds a handful of times, but a little Bluebird "couple" have taken a liking to the feeder up here, so now they're regulars.
Now, look who's back...
She didn't like all the ice pellets in her food pan.
It was a battle all afternoon,
birds vs. squirrel.
I don't have a zoom telephoto lens, so I just had to use my regular lens. These aren't the best photos, but if you look closely you'll see the variety I had on the feeder. Purple finch and Sparrow on the feeder, a goldfinch on top of the faux evergreen and a little wren waiting turns.
...got some fluff going on here.
My little female bluebird on the feeder again.
The bluebird is the Missouri State Bird
and speaking of "state birds" we couldn't leave out the Cardinals...
And yes, I had a little help from the "Official" Bird Watcher.
We never lost our power, but it did cut out off and on for awhile.
This has been a long week of feeling lousy,
but I'm better now.
I think I slept about 16 hours a day most of the week.
and that's with having a flu shot.
I guess if you are going to be sick it's best
when it's snowy and icy,
...a good time to be snuggled up at home.
I hope the rest of you are making it through the snowstorm.
Spring will be here soon...
p.s. EpicLinen is still having a discount
on all orders until March 3.
Head over and look around.