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MizKatie

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  1. Thank you so much. I have loads of the drab ones. They hop around on the ground. They just showed up. They love the towering weed with yellow flowers. We were going to cut back then decided to hold off. Because of them. 💖 I’m disabled, many health issues so my birds keep me company. Better than TV.
  2. Avery, the small ones are Warblers? And thank you for all your help. I truly appreciate it. Now to figure out how to respond on the post. 💗
  3. I don't know what the smaller bird is. Love my male Cardinal. I'm a decent photographer. Not great. It's a hobby for me. And I'm learning my camera. Enjoy. Stay safe.
  4. Thank you Seanbirds and Avery. I don’t know how to reply any other way. ❤️❤️❤️
  5. Was lucky I was watching out the glass doors and caught this cutie. ( I don't know what it is, help please. ) We haven't had a lot of birds here because it is so hot in Florida. But I think they are slowly coming back. I did photos of a gator in our yard though. About a 4 footer. LOL
  6. I know this isn't a bird. But a new animal in the yard. It's Florida so there we go. LOL
  7. A Cardinal fledgling. And not sure what the grey one is. But it fishes from our overgrown pond.
  8. My Bluebirds and the 3 babies. I’m in love and a bird Grandma. ❤️❤️❤️ Central Florida.
  9. Finally! Photo of, I believe, the female Bluebird. Central Florida. The wooden pole is where the nest is.
  10. Sad to report our baby cardinals were missing from their nest today. We’ve had huge crows hanging around for some reason, can’t get them to leave. Not sure if they got them. I won’t be posting anymore photos of them. 🥺
  11. Feed us Momma. We never touch them. Central Florida...❤️
  12. Central Florida. We think they are baby cardinals, as Dad, very red, came to the nest. And we have a pair, male and female.
  13. My woodpecker Mom? flying back to one of the babies. Central Florida..
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