The BIRD D’pot
beautiful shot with the sun decoration behind it!
That is smart little bird……knowing to stand near the sun!!
Very pretty! Love the background.
Sunshine on the goldfinch! The ones at my feeder have been under gray …and even rainy…skies!
Perfect.. such sweet little birds! Well, until they squabble at the feeder.. 😀
What a beautiful bird and a lovely shot !
Hi Pat, I’m a science editor at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. We put together a seasonal package of brief stories for our All About Birds web site and print newsletter, and in our winter issue we have a story about bird behaviors at a feeder. Your photo of a White-breasted Nuthatch enacting the wing-spread display at a European Sparrow (from August 20, 2013) is a perfect example of a threat display. May we have your permission to publish it, and if so, could I request the highest resolution possible file you have of the photo? I sent you a personal message via Facebook with my contact info. Thanks in advance for considering this request. – Gustave Axelson
Oooo, couldn’t help but see this request from Cornell. What an honor Pat. Congrats! And I love your sweet capture.
So pretty, especially with the sun design in the background.
Pat, such a pretty little thing! He doesn’t seem to mind the snow!
Yep, I have to agree that that background is a great compliment to the bird.
A beautiful photo of the Goldfinch Pat and I do love that sun decoration in the background. It makes such a neat photo.
Lovely little girl
Absolutely beautiful! 🙂
Very lovely bird.
Quite lovely in it’s drabber shades of yellow
I love the sweet Goldies, pretty shot. Thank you for linking up, have a great evening!
Nice Pat, I do like when they visit too.
Wow, sweet looking goldfinch with nicely blurry back, which I truly admire you♡♡♡
Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
Sorry I’m late getting around to visiting…the holiday nearing so quickly has put me behind in blogging.
Thank you for sharing your link this week at I’d Rather B Birdin’
A little beauty.
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