Wayback Wildlife Wednesday

We took these pictures way back in January. We had a very mild Winter so everything pretty much stayed green. Here the birds, we thinks they are sparrows are enjoying the bird seed Daddy put out.

You gets extra points if you can spot the bird in this photograph. These birds are very small and rather drab so they blend in to their surroundings purrfectly.

Even when they are eating at the feeder they are barely noticeable.

Our flowers stayed nice and safe in the greenhouse and since they got lots of sun they bloomed a lot. This is a Flowering Maple, it isn't really a Maple. People sure do like to confuse you with the names of flowers.

Our Butterfly Plant.

Porterweed

Mommy rooted this Hibiscus and Bleeding Heart.

Mother of Millions

And our Evergreen Wisteria is doing good, we can't wait until it blooms. ~ATCAD

PeeS: It occurred to us that some of you don't know Mommy has her own blog where she does book reviews, restaurant reviews and now kayak stuff. She told about her kayak adventure on Parker Lake here for those of you who enjoy the flowers Mommy snagged some pictures of native azaleas and dogwood from the kayak.  There will be an upcoming adventure to Deer Island soon as they paddled there last Sunday. 

12 comments:

  1. Those look like chipping sparrows, and so does the one that is by the rocks.
    You have such pretty flowers!

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    1. Wow you have really good eyes you saw it.

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    2. The eye stripe gave it away...and the rusty crown:)

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    1. Look next to the large reddish brown rock on the ground. The rock is a backdrop for the birdie.

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  3. Lady just learned to kayak and can't go far. When the ice is gone on the lake she will go again.

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    1. The same for our Mom, she was very pleased she was able to make it to Deer Island, which isn't very far from Biloxi. We are lucky we can kayak year round here.

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  4. We looked but couldn't see a bird in the second picture. Thanks for sharing your pretty flowers.

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    1. Look next to the large reddish brown rock on the ground. The rock is a backdrop for the birdie. You are welcome.

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  5. We always love seeing your lovely gardens!

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  6. I didn't know about your Mom's blog, I will check it out.

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