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You get some amazing photos Daniel, very sharp and clear.
I love that second photo! Beautiful captures!
Beautiful birds. I always enjoy your wildlife captures.
Great photographs, Daniel!The Blue Jays and the Morning Doves are about the only birds left around here now.Almost others will be gone til the spring.
Gorgeous shots. I have just added some bird feeders and am hoping someone finds them soon. No wonder you are hanging at home!
They are beautiful, Dan. You have some amazing wildlife in Canada and I have learned about it through you and your photos.Do you get more backyard visitors at this time of year when wild food sources may be becoming scarce or do many of your birds migrate?
I hope this finds you and yours doing well. May we display your header on our new site directory? As it is now, the site title (linked back to its home page) is listed, and we think displaying the header will attract more attention. In any event, we hope you will come by and see what is going on at SiteHoundSniffs.com.
What stunning visitors, and so beautifully captured!
Birds like the Blue Jays may stay or move to an area where there is an ample food supply. There is a large migration of birds and butterflies moving south to warmer climate. Some birds migrate south to our region from more northerly regions including the arctic. Unfortunately, I know very little about the subject. The movement of birds and seasons is quite complex.
Thank you, Linda!
I was waiting hoping that the three BJ's would land and stay on the feeder long enough for a shot. Thank you, Pamela!
Blue Jays are quite fascinating birds to observe and of course photograph. Thanks Stephen!
Thank you, Lisa! Perhaps this winter you'll be surprised by some of the guests (Snowy Owls, Pine Siskin's, Chickadees etc.) that will drop by.
Thank you, Jeanne! I encourage you to keep your feeders full and clean. It may take a few seasons before you have regular visitors at your feeders.
Thank you!!! :)
Thank you so much Jade!
Thank you, Jerry!
Beautiful birds! No need to go further if you have those in your yard.
You are most welcome, but can we display your header on our new site directory, SiteHoundSniffs.com? I know it ain't much, but a 300x150 (pixels) linked image of a header certainly stands out over an 18-point text link that is on there now.
Gorgeous! The only thing better than a blue jay in your yard is a flock of blue jays!
Indeed! Thank you for your visit and comment.
Thank you, Betsy!
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