Thursday, November 10, 2011

More Pumpkins More Birds

Next up!
"Horray for the Pumpkin Pie" is on my Stitching Goals 2011 list for the month of November - I've got it kitted up and ready to go.

We've had lots of bird action the past few days.

Our resident Avian Expert, Tom-Cat, helped with identification.  

I got a really nice shot of our female Hairy Woodpecker.

I even managed a close-up.

One of the Anna's Hummingbirds was in the area too. 

The Steller's Jays love our sunflowers.

It was nice to see a Scrub Jay too.

The finches are active at the feeders.

The male California Quail are such handsome fellows.

I was most pleased, however, to see my Red Breasted Sapsucker once again. 

 I've not watched long enough to know whether or not (s)he will be an All Winter Visitor. 


geeky Heather said...

I love the colors of your new start!

This is a really great variety of birds you have visiting. We don't get to see the Stellar's Jay or Scrub Jays here. And I don't think I've ever seen a Sapsucker, either!

MoonBeam said...

Great bird pix again.

The Thanksgiving house and pumpkin pie look cute!


Mouse said...

oooo that looks a nice pattern .. and those birds are gorgeous (all of them) and way to go on the close up you can almost hear her think ohhh no not again love mouse xxxx

Ann at Beadlework. said...

Birds and a cat, my favourite kind of post :-)

Penny said...

I can't get enough pumpkin pie. :)
What a pretty cat and I love the birds too!

Kaisievic said...

Tom Cat looks just like my Furio - you can check out the resemblance on this post:

Tom Cat is gorgeous and I love your new start. Will you get it done in time for Thanksgiving, do you think?

Hugs, Kaye xoxox

RuthB said...

Quail! Ok, all the birds are a lovely as you stitching, but I have a special spot in my heart for quail :)

Maggee said...

I LOVE reading/viewing your wildlife pictures at the end of each stitchy post. Two of my favorite things!! Hugs!

Carol said...

OK! I'm ready to move to Oregon--I've never seen such lovely birds...You are so lucky to have them right in your backyard, Beth!

Melanie said...

You can never have too many stitchy pumpkins. :)