WHAT WOULD THE BIRDS DO? – Marilyn Armstrong

I didn’t take pictures today. When I was ready to shoot, the birds were off in the boughs of trees. Sleeping, I presume. They probably had a later dinner, but I was tired and I have a lot of pictures already taken. This is a sort of “best of birds” from the past week.

A pair of Mourning Doves

So today, just pictures. Tomorrow is a feeder filling day. Which may mean I can shoot — or not. It depends on how terrified they are when we fill the feeder. Thursday I’ve got my cardiologist and that’s just outside of Boston so I won’t be doing much that day.

And we are supposedly getting snow Friday and Saturday. So we’ll so how the rest of the week goes.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

16 thoughts on “WHAT WOULD THE BIRDS DO? – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. Early in the morning, lunchtime, and right before sunset here. And it depends on which birds. My best time is late afternoon, but if I want woodpeckers, it has to be late breakfast — brunch time.

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        1. I took a bunch more early this morning because the oil truck woke us up. Supposed to snow tomorrow (a lot maybe) so I guess they wanted to get everyone filled in advance of the weather. I was not expecting them so soon — they were here just three weeks ago so we couldn’t have been more than quarter of a tank down … but the temps also dropping, so there’s that.

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