Nature & Wildlife's Beauty and Behavior Through My Lens
Lovely photos Donna, I like the feather colours of the female better! Beautiful birds. ❤️
Thank you, John! The female is indeed one beautiful lady!
Gorgeous captures & creatures.
Thank you, Cindy!
Thank you Jane!
I love Cardinals, I rarely see them
They are quite special to me, when I’m somewhere I’d least expect, and one appears, a big smile crosses my face. Our little trip to SC put me in the middle of a large residency of Cardinals. I smiled everyday! 🙂
Thank you HC!
Most definitely, thanks Tom!
Lovely captures Donna in bright sunlight.:-)
Thank you, Ashley! That early morning light is exquisite to highlight the birds! 🙂
Great Photos! Cardinals are my favourite birds.
Thank you, one of mine too!
Very nice shots, my friend. 😎
Thank you, my rock star friend! 😎
One lovely avian only a few eastern stretches of Colorado are blessed with, Donna, so don’t expect to see it during your western travels. 🐦
Thanks Tanaj! I remember traveling out West and not seeing them. But then I saw birds we don’t have in the East. Wish this bird, though, was nationwide for everyone to enjoy…. 🙂
I agree, Donna. Maybe more people would pay attention to birds, since it’s so eye-catching.
Fantastic photos of these beautiful birds.
Thank you, I adore these birds!
They are gorgeous. I have never seen one, but our local woodpeckers are arrestingly beautiful too.
Thank you! Oh I love woodpeckers, showing off their ‘red’ coloring too! And searching for one when they are pecking away, not always easy to find them. 🙂
These are wonderful. Nice catchlights too!
Thank you Belinda! The Cardinals are in full-swing in the morning light. 🙂
Beautiful images Donna! The first one really stands out!
Thank you, Reed! He was in the festive holiday mood and decorated the tree! 😉
Great pictures Donna!
Thank you, Susan!
They very colourful and beautiful birds, Donna!!
I think so too, Indira, thank you!
Beautiful photos, Donna. It’s great how cardinals can brighten up a sparse winter…
I think they’re doing okay, too. I have seen larger groups (don’t know how many birds constitute a “flock”) lately.
Thank you, Lisa! Yes, they are a welcomed sight in the winter, so festive looking, especially in snowy scenes! We have a large residency at Lake Greenwood, it was a thrill to hear them all chirping in the sunny mornings. 🙂
A very nice contributions with great photos .
Thank you, Werner!
You DID get your beautiful Cardinals! How LOVELY!
On the other hand, I did spot a Vermilion Flycatcher at the Bosque del Apache… (not quite the same, I know 🙂 )
Thank you, Gunta! I think the Cardinals loved watching and teasing me…..that’d be Mom! 😉
I still haven’t seen a Vermilion Flycatcher…..yet. Lucky you!
We love our cardinals! Beautiful photos. Have you seen online the albino ones?
Thank you, Pam! Yes I have! Have you seen the “half-sider” one spotted in PA in January this year? Half its body is male and the other half is female. Amazing rarities, all!
It is amazing!
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For some reason we see the males more than the females. I put seed out.
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