Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Tufted Titmouse at Veterans Park

He posed for me, then he started playing hide and seek.
These were taken October 2. The same morning I photographed the Brown Headed Nuthatch. They were in the same group of trees.
I have not seen either since that morning. I keep going back to this spot, but no birds.
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11 comments:

Lynne said...

HAHA! When I fisrt looked at the titmouse butts I thought, "well, I've gotten LOTS of those bird shots." Then I noticed he was peeking around below the branch!

Richard said...

You have Titmouse and I have Pine Siskin...I'll trade with you. Yea...butt shots...my favorite pictures since I also get so many of them.

Rose said...

That first shot is perfect!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Leedra, I love seeing him peek at you from around that branch!!! He is posing--in his own way!!! ha

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Interesting shots.That is a good looking bird,send one over my way.

Thistledew Farm said...

Great shots - hopefully he'll be back to visit.

Darla said...

You can't find anyone to play hide and seek with you? hahaha Those are great photos.

Shellmo said...

You got much better pics than I this past weekend - they are such hard buggers to catch still! well done!

fishing guy said...

Leedra: I love the way this bird sings when looking for a mate, it is so special. I love that first photo, it is really neat.

Dorothy said...

Cute little bird peeping at you! You have a knack for being in the right place at the right time!

The Tile Lady said...

Boy, you were so fortunate to capture the nuthatch and the titmouse on the same day! Love this one too.

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