Thursday, November 25, 2010

Another Round of Chick a Dee’s

I was able to get a few more shots of the Chick a Dee’s but the light was fading fast, so I only got a couple.

      Chic a Dee

      big reach

 

                 

13 comments:

  1. Those lil buggers are so fast!

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  2. Yes they are, and hard to photograph as well.

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  3. Nice shots, Horst. I find the hardest thing when photogaphing Chick A Dees, is to get the catch eye because of the black band on their heads. It is always a challenge.
    Hope all is well in the west. We still don't have snow here in my part of Ontario, but may have some by the weekend. Take care, and stay warm. Dianne :)

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  4. I'm shooting through a not so clean window as well.

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  5. Nice shots. Ive been trying all week long though a window. I have a few that are ok and some are trash. These little guys are so fast and hard to get. Way to go.

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  6. I did get a woodpecker at the feeder. I havent looked close at the shots yet but he was sure wonderful to watch and agian I got him though a window too. Its been so cold. Stay warm.

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  7. Lovely little birds Horst. They are so much like our Coal Tits over here.

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  8. What a beautiful bird. great shots!

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  9. Hi Keith, yes, I did notice that they are very simular to your Coal Tits, when I looked through your photos.

    Thanks Lisa, It warmed up a little here, I hope it has warmed up at your place as well.

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  10. That's very interesting feeder. Those are the only birds who are hanging around right now. The old cow has quieted down but can't seem to get her to move down the road. Everytime we try she darts of in some willows. WE still have our friends calves here which gives the old girl company but now she won't leave. thanks for stopping in always nice to have old friends around when I am not feeling so good. But feeling much better now. The temps have also warmed up considerable. Just spending the whole day trying to catch up with visiting everyone here. Can go weeks sometimes before I get a chance. Take Care Hugs Carrie

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  11. They've eaten about all the food. I know they're grateful for it. It made me go look and sure enough, mine needed some more seeds too. I will have to post a few of their pictures thou I mostly have Finches.

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  12. Love the chickadees Horst!

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  13. They are one of my favorite birds. When it's a dark, cold winter day, I can always count of a chick-a-dee to cheer me up. Good pictures of some quick little birds.

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