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Good morning Pat,
Lovely image of the Nuthatch.
We had some of those before the magpies moved in.
Do you see Treecreepers in your yard?
I love nuthatches. Unfortunately, so do my cats. Bummer —
This is an excellent shot of how deft they are at clinging upside down. 🙂
wish we saw more of these tiny sweeties here!
Pretty capture Pat! Margie
Perfect title. I’ve never seen a nuthatch. Very pretty and very acrobatic!
This is just fantastic! Wonderful capture..
What an utterly charming and lovely shot!
Great photo of the White-breasted Nuthatch. He posed nicely for you, though I am sure you had to be fast as I know they they don’t hang around for long.
Beautiful capture and that added texture truly enhances the image!!
I just never get tired looking and watching at this bird, they’re amazing
What a darling shot, Pat! That’s just how they look, and the caption is perfect.
Nuthatches are fun to watch. Great photo.
Just love his coloring, and that sweet little beak!
So nicely photographed Pat.
Hope you are having a wonderful weekend.
I like the look of the new feeders also and enjoyed this post and pictures…and I love nuthatches..we have a lot at our feeder this year and we built a nest house for them.
Love is in the air with Champ and Ruby, come and see.
So adorable. I love Nuthatch’s.
So tiny but oh so cute!
Love the little nuthatches that visit. Great photo!
That is just a great shot! Nice capture
Awww…this is sweet, and a great photo! I’ve been calling our birds acrobats and contortionists. They can bend and hang in all sorts of different ways on the feeders.
Beautiful photo! That’s one bird we don’t have at the feeders yet this winter.
These guess never stop to amaze me. Wonderful photo!
I love the cute Nuthatches, great capture.
Fantastic capture!! Love the pose!
How cute! A perfect shot of this little bird!
Oh, he’s purty!
Classic nuthatch pose!
Lovely little nuthatch!
A lovely bird with a nice pose 🙂
Regards and best wishes
All of them beautiful shots. Like me, perhaps you’ll have to label the feeders: flicker: this isn’t for you! 🙂
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