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Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Sweet Tweets


Each winter the numbers of sweet faced Palm Warblers increase in our area.


 This year I see more of these little peepers than I can remember seeing in previous years.


They flit from place to place quite quickly and are never still for very long.

hmm, that scenario sounds familiar.. Oh yeah, fits me to a T.. so says my family.

Happy day to you ~:)

15 comments:

  1. a beautiful bird too Pam

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  2. Te śliczne ptaszki też u nas fruwają. Pozdrawiam.
    These beautiful birds also fly with us. Yours.

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  3. these are great, i can see each and every feather. i have not seen them here, i will have to pay attention

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  4. absolutely adorable. sweet little faces!

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  5. What beautiful little birds, Pam! Love their little faces, too! Great shots as always. Ah, your family says the same thing about you that mine says of me! Just a couple of old twitters flitting here and there, huh!!

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  6. What a sweet little creature!

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  7. Oh Pam, I love warblers and your photos of this one are spectacular. Well done and thanks for sharing. Blessings, Jo

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  8. Happy day to you also, Pam! He's adorable, and these are some wonderful pics! He makes me grin from ear to ear.. :D

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  9. They are definitely sweet :)

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  10. They are so cute...we have them here in Ga. too!

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  11. Very cute birds. I haven't seen one. I wonder if we have them here...

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  12. Cute little birds, Pam.. We don't have them here (at least not at my feeders)... I think they are just adorable.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  13. And they do indeed have sweet faces. Thank you for sharing them with us.

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  14. Maybe it's your shared personality trait that enabled you to get such wonderful pictures....I'm not at all good with birds that flit around quickly...too old and slow. Thanks for sharing ..they are adorable birds!

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