Saturday, November 8, 2014

Saturday's Critter's #49

Saturday's Critter's #49


Happy weekend everyone!

Ok, it's time to share your critters.. Any kind of critter will do.. I appreciate everyone who has linked up in the past and for those who are linking in on this week's critter party. And of course I always appreciate my blogging friends stopping by just for a visit..Also, I hope you can check out the post at Annis's I'd-Rather-B-BirdinYou should also check out Misty Dawn's Camera Critters.


 I am sharing some more of the birds we saw during our outing to John Heinz NWR near Philadelphia.  Above an American Robin


 A male Wood Duck.


 A Common Yellowthroat Warbler.


If you look closely you can find a Marsh Wren above.. They are cuties and fuss a lot. I hope you enjoyed my birds from the wildlife refuge..

Thanks to Tex Theresa aka Tex, I was able to add this link up button and thanks to  Jennifer for creating my photo badge.






An InLinkz Link-up



As always I thank you in advance for stopping by and for the nice comments. I am sorry, I am not able to send everyone thank you emails for your comments. Since I am working full time, life  and blogging takes up a lot of time lately.

Thank you for linking up to the critter party. I also appreciate the visits, comments and the support of my blogging friends................... Have a happy weekend!
To see more beautiful birds and cute critters, check out these two memes below.

Please visit:  I'd-Rather-B-Birdin. Thanks to the gracious host: Anni.  Also check out Camera Critters. Thanks to Misty for hosting this fun meme.

70 comments:

  1. Lovely pics, that Robin looks like he was checking you out while you took your shot.

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  2. Hi there - birds in the bottom of reed beds are always a challenge!

    No mammals from me this week - so I linked up my WBW post.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  3. Gosh I hardly recognised the American robin. It must be in moult surely? Lovely lost with good bird shots. Thanks for hosting. Have a great weekend.

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  4. Love the photo of the wood duck especially with the turtle hiding in the background.

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  5. Lovely birds. Have a wonderful weekend, Eileen!

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  6. I got the licence to join this week Saturday's Critters.

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  7. Muito lindas, como sempre vejo aqui! Adoro! bjs, chica

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  8. Stunning new header! Those reds sure do stand out. Well done.

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  9. I love seeing the birds that love to hang out near water as we seldom see them here...and I especially love that cute little marsh wren Eileen. You have a keen eye!

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  10. Good morning Eileen!!
    Great shots of those beautiful birds!Like the American Robin and the wood duck photos!!Your header is amazing!Love the red Cardinal !Enjoy your weekend!
    Dimi...

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  11. Great photos and birds. I love that little Marsh Wren particularly. I have linked up. Thank you for hosting Eileen and have a great weekend.

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  12. I always like to see birds! I miss seeing them around the yard!

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  13. Enjoying your pretty birds as well as the bright red cardinal in the header :)

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  14. Excellent captures Eileen!!!
    Hope your weekend will be super. And since I'm still getting acquainted with this new computer, I will add my thanks for linking up at The Bird D'Pot with your bird photo shares.

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  15. Is there anything more stunning than a male Wood Duck?

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  16. A lovely selection Eileen and you did well to capture the tiny Marsh Wren.

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  17. I especially like that Wood Duck with its reflection. They (and Painted Buntings) have my vote for our most beautiful birds.

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  18. Marsh wrens are very hard to photograph, at least for me.

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  19. Wood Ducks are one of my favorites! They have such gorgeous colors - both sexes. The little Yellowthroat is beautiful!

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  20. Good Morning Eileen. Thanks for hosting the party today and I'm so pleased to join in.

    Shame the Robin has lost all the summer colour but the Wood Duck and the Yellowthroat sure make up for that.

    Enjoy your weekend!

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  21. beautiful shot of the wood duck.. love the water and reflections under him

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  22. love the wood duck! and i'm always impressed with the types of warblers you see!

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  23. I can never tire of seeing bird photos ... love the wood duck.

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  24. I did enjoy your bird photos - you always get some great shots. Have a nice weekend. Mickie :)

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  25. I love that you manage to show us so many different types of birds !

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  26. Great birding shots and very creative nature photography!

    Happy Weekend to you,
    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  27. The marsh wren is living up to its name!

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  28. I thought I had a great picture of 6 male cardinals, some females and many others at the feeder one day this week! I was going to join you today with the picture but it was too far away. . . looks more like 6 red dots . . .
    One day though, I will link up with you!

    As you know, I always love your photos and
    Saturday Critters is a treat!

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  29. A wonderful weekend for you with lots of stunning aspects of nature! Alexa

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  30. What a group of beautiful captures, life is so great in their world.

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  31. Wood ducks are so pretty. I can't remember seeing a robin in a swamp before.
    ~

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  32. Nice bird shots as always. The wood duck is gorgeous. I like your new header and that you added the poofy cardinal as one of the header pics.

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  33. Wood duck are so pretty! Cute warbler, I just learned not long ago, that the birds in my garden were not goldfinches but warblers:)

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  34. Good eye spotting the Marsh Wren. I always enjoy seeing your bird photos, Eileen. Have a nice weekend.

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  35. Lots of great birds there.
    That Robin looks as though he's had a rough day. : )

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  36. Lovely birds Eileen!
    The robin is gorgeous!
    I have added the link to Patrick's snipe since you enjoyed it! :)
    Have a great weekend too!

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  37. Lovely shots of the avian kind! If I were a Wood Duck, I'd constantly stare at my own reflection! So beautiful!

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  38. Lovely birds. Beautiful Wood Duck. MB

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  39. I did enjoy your birds, so many varities. I love the Wood Duck, they are so colorful.

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  40. I did indeed enjoy your birds, Eileen. It's nice to see that we share Wood Ducks and robins, each in our parts of the world. We don't see yellow-throated warblers.. just the yellow-rumped ones here.. at least as far as I know (not expert). Love the marsh wren. You have such sharp eyes! Many thanks for hosting.

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  41. Oh yes, what a collection, cheers Eileen.

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  42. It seems that the Wrens around here fuss a lot too...LOL! Could that Cardinal in your header get any fatter, Eileen? It looks like it will explode!!!...:)JP

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  43. Eileen, those are so wonderful birds ! I love to watch your photos !
    Have a nice weekend :)

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  44. Beautiful birds and nice shots!

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  45. The yellowthroat warbler is such a pretty bird, Eileen! You have really inspired me to pay attention to the birds and trying to learn their names. I have one I was thrilled to see in next week's post!

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  46. I really love that yellowthroat warbler! Great photos. Thanks for another week of Saturday's Critters!

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  47. I almost did not recognise your Robin. Is it a female?

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  48. Very nice. I love the Wood Duck !

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  49. Beautiful Wood duck..you have some great shots there..Thanks for sharing..

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  50. Love that little warbler! Thanks for hosting.

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  51. The green reflections in the water are so pretty, and the wood duck is so elegant. You had success on birding trip!

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  52. Wundervolle Tieraufnahmen sind dir da gelungen, meisterhaft !
    Greetings from Germany

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  53. Beautiful, as always! Have a nice day!

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  54. Super group of bird pics. I love the robin and the wood duck shot is stunning.

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  55. Wow, that wild duck is one striking creature! What colour and presence!

    Happy Sunday, Eileen! Hope you get all those computer problems worked out!

    Poppy

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  56. these sweet birds touch my heart, E




    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^= . <3 . >< } } (°>

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  57. The wood duck is at the top of my wish list -- I've never seen one (I know there are some in Oregon as well as probably Florida and in between, but somehow, never where I am. Surprised that little robin is still up there!


    Thanks so much for hosting.

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  58. Love seeing all of the critters on Saturday... You have a great group!!!!

    I wish I had/knew Warblers. I'm sure we have them in our area --but I just don't know much about them. Such beautiful little birds.

    Hope you get your computer problems fixed soon.

    Getting ready for another cold blast on Thursday!!!! Looks like winter is coming for sure... VERY busy in the yard!
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  59. Great Pond shots!!
    I don't remember what that green miniature plant is called Eileen, that sits on top of the water?? We would scoop it out since it blocks the sun from the lower levels of the pond!! Love the Wood Duck!

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  60. Olá Eileen, tão belas essas aves!
    Fotos magnificas!
    Abraços e feliz fim de semana.
    Ailime

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  61. Really nice post and collection of all the little birds. I hope you get all your computer whoas fixed. I had one 2 weeks ago. I broke my file card port!

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