Nature & Wildlife's Beauty and Behavior Through My Lens
Oh yes! Very cute – what an intelligent bird.
Thank you, David!
That is adorable! Looks like he’s tasting the new snow.
Thank you, Brenda! I actually have been watching the birds eat the snow. 🙂
I never knew they did that. 🙂
What a lovely series of this resourceful male cardinal, Donna. It looks like there are seeds (from a feeder?) under him, and he’s found them and having a great day. That last photo, with his coy pose, is truly adorable.
Thank you, Jet! Yes, I have three feeders out, and he had found some of the spill! 🙂
Definitely ‘coy’ poses! Cardinals in snow are a wonderful color contrast. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you, Susan, glad you enjoyed them!
Very nice series Donna! The cardinal really stands out against the snow!
Thank you, Reed, glad you enjoyed them!
The contrast in the colours is quite striking and, as you say, he’s a cute little thing!
Thank you, Mike, it has been a lot of fun trying to capture the Cardinals in the snow!
The very image of animal charm. 😉
A perfect description, thank you!! 😊
Thank you, Mic! 🤍 🐦🤍
Wow! Really cute! Thanks for sharing 💓🎉🤗
Thank you! So glad you enjoyed them! 😊
You are welcome.🎉🤗
Lovely contrasting photos in the snow Donna. I still am amazed how they seem to enjoy being in the snow.
Thank you, Ashley! Something I’ve been watching for past several days, the birds eating the snow a lot too. Even with puddles nearby. 🙂
So winsome! ❤
I agree! 🤍 🐦🤍
Simply gorgeous! Great shots, Donna. 🙂
Thank you, HJ! So happy to have Cardinals in my backyard like you! 😊
Love it!. I have never been able to get so close.
Thank you, Jane!
It’s beautiful!! Lucky too it found a nice grub for a treat.
Thank you, Deborah! I think he’s got a sunflower seed he found and ran away with to a perfect spot for me to photograph him. I did put out a feeder to try to attract the Cardinals I knew were around this past fall. They have only used the feeder during the snow. Last couple days they’re back in the trees eating the berries and scavenging the yard. 😏
Hard to beat that for cuteness!
We’re having similar weather issues to that white stuff in your images. Today we have received almost a foot of sunshine and more is scheduled for tomorrow!
Thank you, Wally!
Go on, tease me!!! 😁
Thanks for my dose of CUTE!!! They look particularly cute against that white snow background with their scarlet red feathers. ☺️
Thank you, Gunta! I just cannot stop taking photos of the Cardinals in the snow. Always dreamed of having this kind of opportunity! Things work in magical ways! ☺️
You could be right! I’m finding that there are benefits to staying put in one place long enough to really get to know the neighbors and the neighborhood… especially the feathered ones! 😉
What a wonderful little bird! Very nice, Donna😊
Thank you, Belinda! ☺️
Awesome photos! The last one is super cute. He looks like he’s giving you that aw shucks look. Or a very seductive glance.
Thank you, Simon! I was happy dancing with that last shot! 🤗😊🤗
Wow so cute 🥰
When there’s no unfrozen water to drink I guess snow is a good alternative. Very adorable! I like the last one best, with his head slightly cocked. 🙂 ❄️
Thank you, Barbara! I was really, really happy when I downloaded/saw these. Cutie pie! 😊
There’s just something about cardinals..-) …
I’m so enjoying all your snowbirds!
Yes, those Cardinals! 😍 The bonus of snow with birds has been so much fun! Alas, it’s pretty much all gone now.
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