Monday

White Breasted Nuthatch In the Pine cones

If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere.
~  Vincent van Gogh

26 comments:

Andrea said...

Nice shot of a beautiful bird.

Oswegan said...

So that's a nuthatch. I never knew.

~Oswegan

evlahos said...

wonderful captures, very beautiful textures

Lara said...

wonderful photos! and great to tell us what bird it is!

Daniel J Santos said...

Simple and beautiful.

Moi said...

:) loved your feather friend

Moi said...

*feathered

quintarantino said...

Quite amazing shots here.

John Roberts said...

You are doing well with your bird photos. I have a hard time catching a photo of these on our feeder because they never seem to stop moving!

bonnie said...

Wow! Keep shooting your birds. You are a natural for it and they are amazing photos. I love when the birds get all twisted and contorted just to provide you with the perfect kodak moment so you can make your readers happy.

happyone said...

He sure is a beauty and how lucky you are to have him in your yard. He does look like he is posing for you. Great photos.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Yep, he's staring right at you. He wants to make sure you get the perfect pic and you did! That's a beauty. Great pictures!

MedaM said...

That really is lovely bird and wonderful photos you captured. I have never had an opportunity to take a close photo of any other bird except pigeons. :-)

imac said...

Nice photos of the Nuthatch, looks friendly too.

photowannabe said...

A beautiful little bird that you captured so well. I don't think we have those around here.

Viola said...

Maybe he is making a posing for you. Nice pictures, you caught the beauty of this cute bird.

Gudl said...

Yes, nice birds. We have them at our feeder, too.

Mike said...

Very nice picture. I used to watch these as a kid on my Mom's feeder and suet logs. Between them and the Chickadees in Northern Iowa I could be entertained for some time during the winter months.

Thanks for the memories.

By the way Springfield escaped most of the ice and we have had no power outages. Thanks for asking.

Mike

Robert said...

Birdwalking A really nice capture. Your so lucky to have him visit.

Meggie said...
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Meggie said...

Kerri: Thanks for stopping by my blog. Your photo of the nuthatch is quite sharp, I was very surprised to hear it was taken from behind glass. Obviously your windows/doors are much cleaner than mine. While nuthatches visit my feeder often, I think they are of the red breasted variety. I will have to be more observant. I'll be back soon, perhaps we can visit over a cup of coffee....

Ruth said...

How pretty! I've never seen one like this, but we do have nuthatches. Love the photos.

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Dusty Lens said...

Quite clear for thru glass shooting. I have seen a few of these white brested nuthatches around here, but they are a wary bird.

Fun little poser, sorta' like Bird Voque. ;) There's something relaxing abot watching, photoing, and viewing bird photos. Thanks!

guild-rez said...

Great pictures of the white-breasted Nuthatch. They like sunflower seeds and pick at suet cakes as well.
We have the birds in our backyard
and I love to watch them hiding seeds in the trees.
But oldmanlincoln comment says it all, just enjoy..
cheers from Canada
Gisela

NorthBayPhoto said...

Great shots of the bird.

Ms. Math said...

You have some very pretty birds visiting you. I'm still amazed at how well you're able to capture them!

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