Tuesday

Watching the Wild

White Breasted Nuthatch
  squirrel coming down the tree :)
  Tufted Titmouse
grabbing up some seed from the ground. Mmmmm Yummy!


And another squirrel...that seemed to be watching me intently.

As long as I live, I'll hear waterfalls and birds and winds sing. I'll interpret the rocks, learn the language of flood, storm, and the avalanche. I'll acquaint myself with the glaciers and wild gardens, and get as near the heart of the world as I can.
― John Muir

24 comments:

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Nope, never get tired of your birds!!
I like the squirrels as well... they are adorable! Great shots Kerri!!

Lady P said...

I LOVE birds! The more pictures the merrier. I also love wildlife and wish I had some trees to catch some squirrels in action, like you do.

I'm jealous of your pictures because they are so nice...*sniff*... I'll have to see if my new camera can improve my pictures (because it just can't be the person TAKING the photos...)

Old Wom Tigley said...

I never tire or get fed up of other folks wildlife shots.. I like comparing them with what I see.
What I try for now is to get a bird I see all the time and see if I can get the more unusual shot of it. I have managed with one or two ducks which tend to stay about long enough.

YesBut said...

Did the bird knock the nail into the tree?

You really produce some beautiful intimate bird shots.

quintarantino said...

If I'm tired of all these birds photos? Nope! They're great ...

June said...

More great pics. That last squirrel looked a little punk to me :-)

RuneE said...

No, we'll never get tired of those close-ups! They are magnificent!

Do you give courses?

happyone said...

Wow, great photos!! Great close up of the squirrel. Speaking of squirrels - I finally got a picture of that black squirrel today - not a very good one but at I least got one. :-)
Have a happy day!

Laurie said...

I have missed a lot of great wildlife photos here. I'm just catching up and I am impressed by these.

Andrea said...

Wildlife and nature....makes beautiful pictures.

Irene said...

Love the squirrel pics! I like the birds too, but I think I have taken enough bird pics to last me at least until next winter. I am SO ready for the snow to go and spring to start springing. Flower pictures will be so much more fun this year with my new camera!

Ex-Shammickite said...

More great wildlife pics, you're really getting good at this! I have a bird feeder in my back yard, but the snow has been so deep that I've found it hard to keep it filled. Plus it's quite a long way from the house, so not many photo ops!

Ash said...

Lovely images Kerri!

Jenty said...

I'm never going to get tired of your birds!! I'm in awe of the shots you manage to get!
Gorgeous squirrels though, I especially like the last one

Sonia said...

Those photos are breathtaking! Well done!

MedaM said...

You are amazing, Kerri! This is another great series of the photos. There is no way I can get tired from them. I do enjoy your bird photos, they are really lovely, and this squirrel is awesome as well!

Kostas said...

Splendid photographs so much clean, it means that you have all the comfort you pull these photographs, hence are very calm the various birds and small animals or otherwise it will be supposed you they like enough in order to they make... monteling!

Ms. Math said...

I was never much of a bird person until your blog. You do such a wonderful job that I could never get tired of seeing them. Great work on these photos - I'm impressed once again with your skills at capturing animals!

dot said...

I never get tired of bird pictures and your's are great. I was reading in your last post about the bird eating from your hand! Wow!!

Jeff B said...

The second squirrel pic is my favorite. He looks like he's having a bad hair day.

Dirty Knees said...

Kerri,
My first guess of redbud was way, way off. So I tried coral tree. I don't think so. So then I tried witch hazel. nope. I'm stumped!

Dick said...

Lovely, isn't he/she sweet!!!

Moi said...

you never get tired of nature and all that it has to offer....beautiful images :)

Max-e said...

Hi Kerri, I am doing the catchup thing. Been a very busy week. Nice pics here. I like your squirrels. They have been introduced into Cape Town and whenever we go down there we go looking for them. A good place was the the Comapany Gardens near the Parliament - haven't been there for a while now.

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