Wild Bird Wednesday
Oh, ein Star. Bei uns sieht man sie selten. Wunderschön.
LG Mathilda ❤
happy birds finding your goodies!
I have Starlings in my garden and they would eat me out of house and home with the suet balls but I wish I had your Woodpeckers. Both shots are greast
Food always makes for happy birds:)
I haven’t had any starlings on a regular basis this winter and I haven’t send the flickers this month since we’ve had snow.
Wonderful shots of your visitors.
Making them happy makes us happy…:)JP
Oh, beautiful captures of the birds –especially that one in the snow!
Those are gorgeous!
We always have the suet out for the birds, but I never thought of putting out apples!
Great photos of the birds on the feeders.
Really apples? I never thought of that. I don’t have any flickers either. I will have to try that.. Michelle
Both are beautiful birds.
The birds are saying YUMMY! I have never seen a Flicker at my feeders, you are lucky! Have a great day!
superb images! 🙂
Wonderful captures! I will have to try using apple slices!
The birds are so lucky at your place!
Love the colors in these shots Pat. Very nice!
I love the technique you use to create your images, truly special.
Pat, lovely shots! It looks cold! We have both Starlings and Flickers that come to our feeder too! Didn’t know they liked apples!
I like your use of apples. I never put them in the feeder, good idea.
Now, I never thought of adding fruit bits into a suet basket. Clever!!! Pretty starling and flicker.
Very nice shots!
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