Wednesday, March 17

Siskins pay us a visit

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  1. So that's what I've seen in my garden!

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    1. They are lovely little birds, Deborah but don't visit often - at least not when we are looking out of the window.

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  2. Aren't you snap happy! Great shots!

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    1. I am, Mal with my camera set on burst you should see how many I have before wheedling them down.

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  3. They are bright spots in your spring garden.

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    1. They are lovely little birds, Lisa. Both out visitors were males. The last time that I noticed them we had two pairs.

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    1. They are, Anna - they remind me of canaries.

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  5. So sweet! Don't think we have those around here.

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  6. Hopefully I'll get my usual Siskin seasonal visitors soon.
    The Goldfinches seem to have had a winter boycott but today a few have been at the sunflower hearts and nyjer seed, and one of the posh pairs of Bullfinches have turned up to.

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    1. We seem to have a resident flock or goldfinches, David - they hog the sunflower hearts. I've not spotted any bullfinches for a while though.

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  7. Great photos by the way.

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  8. I have so many of them right now. Their chirps fill the air. It sounds of spring.

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