Monday, December 9, 2013

Happy Bird Day

Greetings!  These pictures are from November 3rd.

phainopepla

mockingbird on mesquite branch

two cactus wrens (near center of picture)

cactus wren on old cholla cactus

curve billed thrasher

mockingbird on saguaro cactus

western bluebirds

bluebird on creosote

happy little clouds 

Wishing everyone a wonderful day!

15 comments:

Jo said...

Oh these are beautiful images, Diane. I simply love the Cactus Wrens with their definite markings. All the birds in your post are stunning. Have a great day. Jo

eileeninmd said...

Wow, wonderful collection of birds. The Western Bluebird is on my see list list and I love the cute Cactus Wren! Great photos, have a happy day!

rainfield61 said...

Have a good day to capture and share these beautiful images.

The Cactus Wrens should simply love you with your definite effort.

All the birds in your post are now made known to me.

Ni de Aqui, Ni de Alla said...

Hi, love to see those tall, tall cactus! And the birds pictures are amazing!

Ela said...

Beautiful birds ! I like bluebirds, they are lovely
Greetings

cieldequimper said...

They are all so sweet but I could hug the first one!

Loree said...

That first bird looks like a rebel with his punk hair-do :)

Anne Jeffries said...

so full of life. beautiful.

Ramakrishnan Ramanathan said...

What a wonderful series of images of desert birds.

Giga said...

Śliczne ptaki są w pobliżu Ciebie. Zawsze podziwiam siedzące na kaktusach. Pozdrawiam.
Cute birds are near you. I always admire sitting on cacti. Yours.

Barb said...

What cute little bluebirds. It doesn't look a bit chilly there - here in CO it is frigid!

angryparsnip said...

Love all the Bluebirds just hanging out on the tree having a chat and catching the sun.

cheers, parsnip

betchai said...

what a very beautiful birds-day

Candace said...

That phainopepla is beautiful, looks so fluffy. I don't think I've ever seen one nor those bluebirds here in Phoenix. Pretty bird photos!

Janie said...

What a pretty little bluebird. The mockingbird found an excellent perch!