Wow!!! I had no idea. Beautiful birds and great pics!!
Whoa..beautiful capture, and beautiful birds, Diane!
I forgot to mention. We have one that comes every year and hangs out in our oak trees. I chatters up a storm until it finds a mate and that's usually right before monsoon:) I love their chatter.
Great photos, the seventh one especially.... all I could think was "feed me !I am seeing so many bird at my home in the morning. I think because it has been so dry, I don't feed them, but they love my fountain and the wet grass in the morning looking for bugs....cheers, parsnip
That's incredible!(If I tried to land on a cactus...;)Love these pictures. And I am actually surprised you have these birds- neato!
They are so at home on the big prickly! Delightful!
Oh my gosh...what neat photos!!! I just always find it amazing that anything would want to live in a saguaro!!!
oh, love love all your shots, amazing how you are always there to capture them.
ps...what a joy it must be to always be gifted by these sights in your side of the world.
Amazing photos i love watching the mother birds feeding the babies in the nest. These are just gorgeous.
Yes very cute, I just love that wide open beak!
always enjoy your blog
What a beautiful photos!
They're so beautiful! But ouch on all those pricklies! :)
those are beyond beautiful!betty xx
Reading your blog is like listening the stories birds are telling :) It makes me wish to learn birdwatching, not less!
Not a bad place to take up residency.
I still have a lot to learn about birds and here is the perfect place to learn. Great pics! The only thing frustating about saguaros you hear rumble inside quite often but you don't see anything...
Haven't seen any yet; now I'll be on the look-out! Thanks!
Diane, the first shot is irremediably splendorous (not that one should ever want to be cured of splendor).
How wonderful! Do they flit around like swallows? I've been seeing something that's too fast to get a good look at lately.
I especially like the photo of the adult bird feeding the baby, Very sweet.
I love these pictures, though my favorite is the baby bird being fed. What gorgeous birds - I love it that they nest in the cactus!
They look so soft, especially their heads, and when the sun shines on them, they DO look purple! I didn't even know purple birds existed, but now I can tell my friends, "I've seen a purple bird!" LOLWonderful photos, Diane, as always. :-)Have a nice week!
It was fun seeing the Martins in their high-rise!
So nice the birds feed each other. Wonderful shot :-D
Beautiful and interesting bird!
great shots !!!!!!!!!! Congratulations !!!!!!!!
What beautiful birds! The color is fantastic..
I liked the capture in the first photo very much...
There's so much to see in your world, Diane! What a joy to see those feathered friends! The little ones are cute! :)
Muy buena serie de fotografías.Un buen reportaje sobre el comportamiento de esos pájaros.Me gustó.Un abrazo.
I assosiate purple martins with water. How interesting to see them thriving in the desert!
I had no clue they came to the desert. They do like those "high-rise" homes! =) I'll be monitoring our neighbor's saguaro the next time we're back that way.
I had no idea! Something new to look for.
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