SHARING MY ISOLATIONIST WORLD – Marilyn Armstrong

Share Your World 4-20-2020 Still home forever. Good thing this house has windows, eh? Otherwise, it would be a well-appointed prison. Questions: In your opinion what animal is the most majestic? Elephants and whales are the biggest on land and sea, but watching a Chihuahua trying to take on a Wolfhound is in its own way … Continue reading SHARING MY ISOLATIONIST WORLD – Marilyn Armstrong

FINCHES AND TITMOUSES – Marilyn Armstrong

I did manage to take a bunch of pictures. The birds were enthusiastic. I had a headache, but sometimes, it's silly to not pick up the camera. The birds do what they do and they may never do that same thing again. The birds were very frisky today and I was not. But I'm very … Continue reading FINCHES AND TITMOUSES – Marilyn Armstrong

DAY OF THE RED FINCHES – Marilyn Armstrong

For the past month, the Goldfinches have dominated the feeders out on the deck. As soon as the squirrels leave in the morning, the Goldfinches show up. Dozens of them and although they let some larger birds share in the bounty, it's pretty hard to find a place to perch when all the feeders are … Continue reading DAY OF THE RED FINCHES – Marilyn Armstrong

MORE RED FINCH AND FRIENDS – Marilyn Armstrong

Since I couldn't square up most of these pictures, I thought I'd just post them because I like them. Red birds always get a lot more attention than other birds. They are so striking. We had a Cardinal visit the other day. It must be the same Cardinal because they are so territorial, we can't … Continue reading MORE RED FINCH AND FRIENDS – Marilyn Armstrong

SUNNY MIDDAY, A RED FINCH AND FRIENDS #13 – Marilyn Armstrong

RED FINCH AND FRIENDS The finches have been conspicuous in their absence. I suspected it was because they didn't like the food -- or couldn't eat it -- so I changed food. And suddenly, we've had lots of Goldfinch and today, for the first time (well, second really), a red one came and hung around … Continue reading SUNNY MIDDAY, A RED FINCH AND FRIENDS #13 – Marilyn Armstrong