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Wednesday, June 11, 2008
I may have mentioned a time or two that we are experiencing drought conditions here in our part of Texas. With so little water around, I've been very diligent about keeping the bird bath full of fresh water for my sweet little feathered friends. It's been fun to see some birds we've never seen before. We've had a pair of Flickers come every once in a while - very pretty. The beautiful Cardinals usually come in pairs, as do the doves. I even saw a little woodpecker the other day. We don't see them at the bird bath very often.
This afternoon, however, I saw one that is rare indeed. I'm so glad I had the camera handy.


  posted at 12:03 PM

At 1:42 PM, Blogger Susie said...

I think I've spotted that same species in our garden. Cute photo!

At 6:56 PM, Blogger Susanne said...

Too cute!

At 12:47 PM, Blogger annette said...

it's so hot and dry where I live, I have put a birdbath on the ground to make it easier for this species as well as some cottontails I have seen in the neighborhood.

Cute, cute pictures!


At 5:43 PM, Blogger Dawn said...

This rare species often chases off our birds, but they have fun running around in our trees as well.

Hey, can you post some pictures of the quilt you're working on? After reading Jennifer C's books, I don't have a burning desire to quilt, but I sure do like to see what others are doing!

At 8:20 PM, Blogger Nancy said...

Cute... all of God's creatures are unique. I'm glad you were able to capture this. I will say an extra prayer remembering your drought sricken area. Have a great weekend!


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