A bird in hand

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My wife was filling the feeders & a Chickadee came & helped itself from the cup.


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Confident little guy, lol
 

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Nice! They are bold here also , will land on the railing beside you but none have ventured that close yet.
 

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Very cute! She is looking at him so affectionately too.
 

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Kind of looks like there is a duck nestled in her hair too! He's got his head peeking out to the left
 

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Bravo Ron, for having a camera handy enough at all times to catch a moment like this! (or is it a common occurrence?)

That looks like a really nice property you have there. I'm jealous.
 
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Bravo Ron, for having a camera handy enough at all times to catch a moment like this! (or is it a common occurrence?)

That looks like a really nice property you have there. I'm jealous.

I keep my Canon S5 @ the ready on the buffet with a 1.7 tel-converter mounted that comes off in a second if need be. I was watching my wife on the balcony when a bird first perched on the cup & since my G1 was mounted on rails for macros I grabbed the S5, took off the converter & went out onto the balcony to catch the second event. This has not happened previously & my wife was as pleased as anybody could be.
 

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