...gardener, photographer, nature, pets
How cute! We do not have orioles here - I had no idea.
So beautiful! Birds in Texas are so difficult to photograph.
Great photos! They look a lot like my black headed grosbeaks.
If all this flora and fauna are on your property, I want to rent a room, sit, and do nothing but wait for the next photograph to scream "snap me, snap me!" More beauty than I can take in on an overcast Saturday morning!JanGDP
Nice bunch of visitors there.
Beautiful images! I think Baltimore Orioles are so beautiful.
Love the Orioles, wonderful photos!
Oh boy, oh boy....do I EVER love these!!! Your photos are breathtaking.Baby Grackle
the first one is a classic photo.
What wonderful shots! You are good at holding your camera so still - great job!
Beautiful birds, with fantastic colors.
Wow, those are wonderful photos! Such beautiful birds!
What gorgeous photos! I love grape jelly, too! Happy Critter day!
Wow! that top oriole picture is just stunning. You really captured the colours well.
No orioles here either..so colorful and cute.cats of widlcat woods
Pretty! (for birds....lol)
They have such striking colours! :) Thanks for sharing them with us.
Beautiful photos, such clarity on the first one.
stunning photos with those lovely creature....nice captured...
Wow, your photos are crystal clear! The birds are beautiful!
Very nice pics! Those would make good paintings!
beautiful birds. Don't believe we have those here.
These are fabulous pictures! You are lucky to be able to attract them. I have tried without luck so far. I've tried sugar water feeder, oranges and grape jelly...I put half an orange out this a.m.; will see if it attracts anything other than ants! lol I did see a bluebird yesterday on my neighbor's roof - that was a thrill! Of course my camera wasn't handy at the time. I also love the pics of Rosie in the clematis!Beth, another Iowa gardening girl
That is a fine looking oriole! I have one that built a nest in our maple tree with some of the blue plastic threads that he pulled from one of our tarps. He must have felt that his first nest with them was so magnificent that he comes back every year trying to get another female to help him build another nest with them. No takers yet.
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