The feeder feed

From the feeder:

And the baths…

Someone either didn’t make it… or did…

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5 Responses to The feeder feed

  1. Irish says:

    Father, I’m jealous of your goldfinches. I have too many neighborhood kitties to put out feeders, it seems too much like a cruel joke. But I do plant flowers with them in mind. One year I had them visiting my Echinacea, but they didn’t come back the next year, even though I expanded the offering. I don’t have a proper spot for black-seeded sunflowers, one of their favorites. Hopefully, this year the Monarda and the Lantana will bring in the hummingbirds. They certainly draw the butterflies.

  2. John Enright says:

    Father, I love the photos of the birds. They’re one of God’s greatest creations!

  3. sarah says:

    hello Fr. Z. I Love your blog, the thing that drew me at first was the pictures of birds. I wish you would have gotten a pic of the indigo bunting too! One day there was a whole flock of 20 or so of turquoise buntings at our feeder!

  4. irishgirl says:

    The closeup of the grosbeak is funny, Father…he looks like he’s saying, ‘You talkin’ to ME?’

    Love them birdie pics!

  5. Irish says:

    Sarah–That’s amazing. A flock of Indigo Buntings? I’ve only seen them one or two at a time. The first time I saw one, I thought it was some kind of parakeet that had escaped. I don’t know how anyone can look at them, or butterflies, or the flowers that attract them, and still be an atheist.