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The Old Guy … Images From The Front Porch #4 …



Images From The Front Porch #4 …

Waiting In The Suet Line ...

Waiting In The Suet Line …


Green Caterpillar And Suet …. Yummmmmmmmmm


Jake The Catbird …


Next Week Or So … I Just Don’t Know …

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Author: geezer94

I was told by my grandfather that if you are destined to hang you'll never drown. I have never been afraid of water . . .

14 thoughts on “The Old Guy … Images From The Front Porch #4 …

  1. Now these are good!

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    • Ms Ibeth … more and better to come … especially in #10 or #11 when the Red Headed Woodpecker makes its appearance ….
      Thank you for your kind words …


  2. These are fantastic!! I love the close ups.

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  3. Gorgeous pictures. At my house the starlings and squirrel would be in the suet line also. Doggone pests.

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    • Ms Sheila … I don’t mind the starling young on the suet but Gretchen and I draw the line on squirrels. Field cats and squirrels know the range of my hardwood cane (about sixty feet) and Gretchen barks out the warnings. Lately a rare around here Redheaded Woodpecker has been coming to the suet. It fusses with the Red-bellied Woodpeckers, Downy Woodpeckers and Mockingbirds, young and old, Throw in the Blue Jays wanting, no demanding, their peanuts and it is active here. More and better photographs to come even if today was a total write-off. Thank you for your kind comments.

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  4. The most beautiful birds visit your feeder. Next week I will post some pictures of birds, but none of them as colorful and beautiful as yours.

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  5. John, love the beautiful shots of the birds. just beautiful

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  6. Thank you Ms Leigh ann … 🙂


  7. You have some very happy company! 🙂


    • Ms dorann .. yes I do. And, this year I have a Redheaded Woodpecker family hanging around for the suet. Normally I would see one twice every seven years … now I can enjoy them every day …


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