A new bird visited my Bird Buddy feeder tonight. This is a Yellow-rumped Warbler.
Two of the cutest birds in our neighborhood visited my Bird Buddy this morning.
Just dropping by for a quick snack.
We’ve added some new animals to our Nativity scenes this year.
The Thanksgiving leftovers are cold. Time to start decorating for Christmas 🎄
This Tufted Titmouse is a rare sight, but my Bird Buddy managed to capture it on camera today!
Some birds can’t resist a good snack, even if it means stuffing their beaks with more than they can handle. Check out these hilarious photos of big eaters; birds that got caught with a mouthful of food.
🤗 An amazing California Quail from a Bird Buddy in New Zealand.
The birds are enjoying an extra treat.
Look who decided to stay a little longer! These beautiful American Goldfinches are still enjoying the Bird Buddy in my backyard. I guess they didn’t get the memo that it’s time to head north.
You never know where Sully is going to show up. 😻 🙀
I’ve seen Common Grackles at my other suet feeders over the past few weeks. Today was the first time one of them visited my Bird Buddy feeder.
Look who showed up at my Bird Buddy feeder today! A Grey Catbird. I’m so happy to see this new visitor in my backyard. #birdsofinstagram #birdwatching #birdfeeder #greycatbird #birdbuddy
Recently, my family and I welcomed an adorable furball named Sully into our lives, and it has been an adventure watching him discover his surroundings.
I was enjoying a coffee in my living room when I noticed some movement at the bird feeders. It was a pair of Chickadees darting around like acrobats. They were so fast and agile that I had trouble keeping track of them. I first thought they were one bird until I saw them split up and chase each other around. They seemed to be having a lot of fun, and so was I watching them.
I’m not here to cause trouble, I’m just a humble grackle 🙈
When I saw this Cardinal photo I thought he resembled Batman looking out over Gotham, so I swapped out the background.
You never know what you might see when you ride through the underwater tunnels on Ocean Boulevard
Ship wreck Dolphins