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Thread: Cardinals in the snow

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    Super Member laalaaquilter's Avatar
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    I see you use the word 'enjoy' loosely!! Great pic.

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    they are beautiful, aren't they? if i had my feeder that close to the rail, the squirrels would have eaten every seed and left nothing for any bird. we have a standing pole smack in the center of the yard with a squirrel guard on the pole.

    just saw a goldfinch this morning. do you keep a life list?

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    Thank you for sharing, They are so cute

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    I moved to Colorado from Missouri 10 years ago and I do miss the Cardinals. They seem to have them in Kansas, guess they do not like the high altitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keeps Them In Stitches
    Oh how beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
    I love your avatar picture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterflywing
    they are beautiful, aren't they? if i had my feeder that close to the rail, the squirrels would have eaten every seed and left nothing for any bird. we have a standing pole smack in the center of the yard with a squirrel guard on the pole.

    just saw a goldfinch this morning. do you keep a life list?
    What is a "Life List"? If it is a list of different birds, yes, I did several years ago when I was learning the names of the different birds. I probably had 20 -25 different birds listed.

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    Lucky you - I love cardinals and miss them from when I was growing up in PA. Your pictures of them are very enjoyable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobbielinks
    Quote Originally Posted by butterflywing
    they are beautiful, aren't they? if i had my feeder that close to the rail, the squirrels would have eaten every seed and left nothing for any bird. we have a standing pole smack in the center of the yard with a squirrel guard on the pole.

    just saw a goldfinch this morning. do you keep a life list?
    What is a "Life List"? If it is a list of different birds, yes, I did several years ago when I was learning the names of the different birds. I probably had 20 -25 different birds listed.
    yes - a list of all the birds you've seen yourself.

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    WOW THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL AND ABUNDANT. WE HAVE A BIRD FEEDER JUST OUTSIDE OF OUR DINNING ROOM AND WE ENJOY FEEDING AND WATCHING THEM. WE HAVE A PAIR OF CARDINALS. I HAVE NEVER SEEN SO MANY IN ONE PLACE. THAT IS A BEAUTIFUL SIGHT. THANKS FOR THE PICTURES AND FOR SHARING THEM WITH US.

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    Cardinals is the most birds we get here in the winter, Blue Jays and several small birds and Finches stay here also, they change colors for the winter. When I get old I plan on taking up bird watching so I can learn all the species. I'm 65 now and I quilt all the time.

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    i get all happy and excited when a new bird comes to the feeder.
    i immediately call the audobon society to find out what it is (the books don't always have good pics). the naturalist is now my friend. :lol: :lol: i keep a life list right on my kitchen cabinet.

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    Beautiful!

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    Oh my goodness that does look like a Christmas card! :shock: That is so beautiful!

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    Beautiful. They would make great notecards.

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    Oh what a priceless picture.

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    It's beautiful to see a red cardinal against the white snow - LOVE THEM TOO!

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