Upstairs Downstairs

From way up high to feeder height and to the ground below, we're all  looking for a bite to eat.






There's enough to go around for everyone and everything... right?


Stephen Hayes said…
Thanks for sharing "snack time" in the animal world. I wonder what's for lunch.
Stephanie said…
Wow, great closeups and great lens you have.
Daniel LaFrance said…
@ Stephen: not bran. ;-)

@ Stephanie: thank you, at this time I'm using a Canon 70-200mm. I sit quietly and wait... and wait.
Impressive photos! What is the gray bird? Birding does involve a lot of waiting--a huge challenge for this impatient gal. But I'm learning!
Red said…
Awesome detail on your last squirrel. What a beauty!
Nice post with various levels of food taking.
Hilary said…
Wonderful shots, Daniel. Those sweeties must allow you to be pretty close to get such fine images at 200. Beautiful. I want to flick that bit of suet off of the woodpecker's beak.. and hand that sweet squirrel a treat.
Lea said…
Lovely photos!
That last one is just the cutest!
Have a wonderful day!
Lea's Menagerie
ZielonaMila said…
Beautiful photos, the nature is wonderful:) Greetings
Terri said…
Love that last shot- fantastic!
Liz said…
WOW!! WOW!! WOW!! I really have missed visiting your blog (and many others I follow)!! Your wildlife shots are so beautiful.
Those woodpeckers are gorgeous and your squirrel is divine!!
Thanks for sharing, Daniel!
Steve n Vickie said…
You got some really great animal pictures. Cute.
Gary said…
Its spring and everything is hungry. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Just came back to say congrats on the POTW! You deserve it. :)
lailani said…
Oh My! These are great - congrats on POTW

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