February 21, 2015

Birds in the Snow Storm

birds competing for seed

Snow fell all day today. We got around 10 inches. The wild birds didn't mind but they seemed very hungry! There were dozens of them at our feeders and on the snow below.

The picture of the geese is from the last snow, which was fairly mild and only amounted to a few inches.

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14 comments:

  1. Nice shots of the birds. Looks like you're getting an awful lot of snow.

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  2. Wonderful, wintry scenes and fantastic bird images.

    Thank you for joining with your link at I'd Rather B Birdin' this weekend!!!

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  3. Wonderful shots of your birds.. I love the geese in the snow.. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post.. Have a happy day!

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  4. Lovely photos of the great photos of the birds. You had quite a lot of snow. I don't know how much we ended up having. Not quite as much I don't think.

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  5. Lovely shots of the birds in the snow.

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  6. Wonderful shots. I like the first and last best. The starlings always look like they're flecked with snow.

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  7. Wonderful shots of your beautiful birds !

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  8. Nice captures of these birds. We have had many the same and a few fighting it out a bit!

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  9. Beautiful photos! Wonderful bird in flight! Excellent catches in full snow!

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  10. Beautiful captures! For you, that's a lot of snow!

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  11. The snow does add some character to the shots. The birds are lovely.

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  12. Great shots! There's something so magical about birds in snow! Stay warm...hopefully the snow will abate soon.

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  13. We've had a lot of snow too. I'm sure the birds are grateful that you keep them supplied with seed. Nice pictures.

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