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You're welcome Shirley.
Hi PK, looks a little wary don't you think? Thanks.
Love the little sparrow thanks Robbie
Very nice , Thanks Robbie.
Hi Celeste, thank you.
Very Awesome. Thanks Robbie.
Thanks PG, Hanne, PKH, snooker and EF.
Don't worry yellow, it is hard sometimes to identify animals and plants in pictures, even the experts get it wrong at times!
Of course they are cardinals (I can see it now). . . duh. Must have been Daddy Cardinal's turn to watch the kids, so he turned his back to the camera! thanks, Robbie for the info.
:10) Very nice Robbiel.
Pretty - haven't seen any in a long time.
Happy birds! (:06)
Wonderful picture - thanks Robbie!!
Now this could be for the birds but it is a great shot.
very beautiful mate
Chiclkie is right, these are Northern Cardinals, if you saw the male face on you would instantly know. Our friend has been feeding them for a few years, but never seen this. Personally I think one adult male, one adult female, one fledgling male on the right and two fledgling females. We watched two different families this year from the eggs until the day they flew out of the nest. We have many on the Island, they were introduced from North America many years ago.
Thank you all.
I'm not Robbie, but I am pretty sure they are cardinals. The ones with the black beaks are this year's fledglings. They don't have their mature feathers yet and their beaks will be yellow like the parents next year.
It does look like party time indeed. Robbie do you know what kind of bird are the red ones? We have lots of Cardinals here so I think texas is right about that. Perhaps PG or David or Hanne would know?
What kind are these? They don't look like Cardinals. Very pretty, Robbie.
Nice *except* for that little trouble maker. LOL
Jenny's friend took this picture last night. There were 7 Red birds but she could not get a shot. Looks like some young ones there with a male, maybe an adult female. Never seen so many, I thought they were territorial. She feeds them sunflower seeds, guess they wanted a party. That sparrow better watch himself!
I LOVE them! Thank you, Robbie!