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The Little Oriole that Could

His brilliant yellow plumage caught our eyes immediately as he landed on the hummingbird feeder. This juvenile male Baltimore Oriole was a long way from his winter range in Central America. 267 more words


Baltimore Oriole #5


A Male Baltimore Oriole that was up to the farm in the spring.


A Quilt Project in Progress

UPDATE: – finished the leaves and stems

Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Fido network. I found this quilt pattern for a wall hanging ages ago, and loved it from the first time I saw the pattern online.   165 more words


Feathers on Friday : Baltimore Oriole

I spotted a Baltimore Oriole’s nest in  a tree this week, hanging high up from a branch. Their nests strike me as a true work of art. 206 more words

Bird Watching

Sneaking a Sip

This Baltimore Oriole is sneaking a sip from our hummingbird feeder in early summer.

We have since stopped using hummingbird nectar with red dye because the dye could harm the hummers.


Early Fall

Common Yellowthroat

I did not expect to see much during a brief visit to the little Corps Woods Nature Sanctuary this early in September. But I was pleasantly surprised with sightings of… 129 more words

Galveston Birds