Wild Bird Wednesday
My first thougt: the poor little bird! The second: an amazing shot!
poor little baby! 🙂
Such a poor little bird……
What a shot, Pat! Always amazed at the resilience of these little creatures.
Pat, Brrr! Poor little guy!
Oh…an ice storm? Miserable for man and beast alike!
Now that’s Frozen! Hope this little bird survives it…
Brrr. Nice image, Pat.
Great photo, but it makes me cold to look at it!
Hope you are having a great day!
Great photo but how does such a little bird survive in the cold? I couldn’t!!
Boy That does look very cold,
Awww, the poor little birdie looks so cold!
Oh my goodness, this makes me want to get the hair dryer out and warm up that poor little bird and his feeder! Great shot!
OMG, under such Icy weather!!! Wishing that the little one is or was OK, my friend.
Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
Really nice capture Pat! Like the blue feeder against that background.
Sweet little Song Sparrow! It looks like a chilly day to be sitting around posing for pictures! Nice shot.
Hi! Looks very cold. This sparrow endures the chilly weather. Thanks for sharing.
What a lovely share. I have not been able to visit in past few weeks, because for some reason my new security system WebRoot says your blog may have “suspicious activity”. I know it does not and so finally this time decided to plug on through.
Poor little thing. Your photo editing just makes me all happy.. 🙂
Lovely photo, Nature sure does provide us with some amazing photo opportunities
Oh, that ice does not look fun. So glad the birds have you to feed them!
your photo is awesome,even loving the colors in the picture itself,thanks for sharing,now I need to sit by my fire!phyllis
Poor little cold sparrow! Great photo!
no, that is not good 😦 To icy and too cold.
It looks so cold, but the ice is very pretty.
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