Six little American Goldinch eating on a wire feeder

I have to tell you, it wasn’t easy finding six of anything on the feeder. A lot of flocks of five, but this was the only one with six. You have to count the tail of one because you can only see five!

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

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12 thoughts on “A THIRD OF THE WAY THIS OCTOBER – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. It’s funny when the birds are at the back of the feeder. You can see a bit of wing or tail or even a beak, but the rest of the bird is hiding. Also, you can often tell by the swinging of the feeder that something large is hanging on to the other side. I guess they figure if I can’t see them, I don’t count. Funny that they totally ignore the barking dogs, though.

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    1. We’re going to try and get outside a bit today. It ISN’T raining and the color is up. This may be our last autumn day for shooting.

      This morning we had a bunch of Blue Jays at the feeder. That’s a first. But where are the doves? Maybe it’s because I took down the flat feeder (they are a bit big for the wire feeders).


        1. It was good to see them. They don’t show up at the feeder very often. I put all my messages on notify and now i can’t find ANYTHING. I am looking for your links and I totally can’t find them.


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