Birds in Song

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Joy is when a tiny bird

sings a

Big, Sweet Song….

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Yellow Warbler

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Song Sparrow

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Song Sparrow

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House Wren

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Yellow Warbler

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“The birds of hope are everywhere, listen to them sing.” – Terri Guillemets

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50 thoughts on “Birds in Song

  1. I love these! Birds singing their hearts out! I think the bird I most enjoy around here, with huge ‘lung’ capacity, is the Carolina Wren. Thanks for sharing these lovely photos!

  2. Awww, so sweet! It is so nice to see these pictures, you have great captures. I like hearing them and want to enjoy it as much as possible because it is not much longer before they stop singing their songs. Everything is so smoky now, I am wondering how it affects the birds and animals.

    • Thank you, Jane! I agree, their song is a wonderful gift for us to enjoy. Their morning singing is the best! I know you’re in BC, approx how far are you from Eureka MT? We’re camping now in Kalispell, it was clear for two days and then the smoke drifted in. 😦 Oh my, this smoke cannot be good for wildlife…

  3. Such a cheery concert. Made me miss the song sparrow at my previous house. He used to sit on the fence and sing to me. Funny how I associate certain birds with the first places I connected the bird to the song (not to mention figuring out which bird before the internet!!!) The first one was that Meadow Lark in Utah as I weeded or hung out the clothes. Odd to think of it, but I suspect that perhaps I miss those birds I left behind more than most hominids. πŸ˜‰

    • Gunta, I love your stories! Isn’t it wonderful when specific bird sightings stay with us, especially the ‘firsts’. I hear ya and agree on missing birds more…. πŸ˜‰

    • The Yellow Warbler is so mighty in song, and it is beautiful! I was so lucky to have so many around our campground to enjoy. Fingers crossed you’re getting closer to being able to travel, Don!

  4. Such a joy, indeed! I was so proud of myself earlier this month when I was able to record a house wrenπŸ™‚
    They are quite hard to be captured with a camera, as they like to hide pretty well, and they won’t sit for too long on the same spot LOL
    Nice shots Donna!!

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