Fall colours and a little bird.

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  1. Picksure

    Picksure TPF Noob!

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    Out cleaning up the leaves, and this little fella stopped by.

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    I couldn't get him to rake or bag the leaves. :wink:
     
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    Aaw, it's even saying hi to you. :)
    Lovely shot! :)
     
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    sweet birdie!!! it's posing :) pro model :)
     
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    Picksure TPF Noob!

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    Thank-you both. Took one shot and he seemed to say" you want a pic, here's a pose. :wink:

    Thanx for lookin.
     
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    cute little bird :)
     
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    Nice capture, looks like he is studying you. I have seen those wee birds around here and wondered what they are called? If it's the same bird I am thinking of, the other sex looks like a Whisky Jack and they stay the winter. They seem too small to withstand the cold winters here.
     
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    That would be a Slate Colored Junco. To me, in Wisconsin, they mark the arrival of winter like the Robin marks the arrival of Spring.

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    Thank-you for the I.D. The wife is always happy to see new birds in the feeders.(somewhat of a bird nerd :lol: )
     
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    ooo, sweet little one-:)))its a nice shot!
     

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