Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Cardinals Galore!



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15 comments:

  1. Wow, I can't believe so many little birdies stopped by! Beautiful photos :)

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  2. So where's the squirrel!? haha Sorry, bad Cardinal joke. =) Happy W/W!
    Carolyn
    www.cookinformycaptain.blogspot.com

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  3. Wow they are so bright, these are really cool pictures!

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  4. Not sure I have ever seen so many redbirds in the same place - it's almost like an Angry Birds convention!

    Happy WW!

    ~EdT.

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  5. Look at all of them! I love them.

    And LOL at the Angry Birds convention comment - perfect.

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  6. I have never seen a cardinal here in Oregon. Wish their range made it out here. Found a map, http://sdakotabirds.com/species/maps/northern_cardinal_map.htm

    that does show their range. I wonder why they have not expanded any further?

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  7. That's more cardinals at one time than I've ever seen! Thanks for sharing these pictures, & hope you have a WW that's not just for the birds....

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  8. What beautiful little birds! We don't have cardinals here in the UK :)

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  9. Hey! Found you through the Wordless Wednesday and am a New Follower! Loved reading through your blog.
    Stop by my blog and follow back :)
    http://www.the-not-so-desperate-chef-wife.com
    Thanks and happy new year!
    Krista

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  10. lovely! we've had some robins here in the carolinas but not tons. bring on the spring :-)

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  11. wow! this is a unique photo! How did you get so hand cardinals?! I love it! I am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.

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  12. Wow --- I'm always happy if we get 2 at once -- you are so lucky! Great photos!!!

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  13. Oh wow! I never get that many cardinals at a time at my feeders. You must have something they really like to eat.

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  14. Thanks everyone! I was quite amazing when I saw this...I am used to seeing at most 2-3 at once. Thinking they flock together more in the chilly winter weather. They are welcome here to dine anytime :-)

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