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Nikon D700| Nikkor 300mm| Lexar Digital Film| PS CC2017

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32 Comments

  1. Oh no! Sorry, I may not have waited long enough on my comment way back when I pressed like but meant I Love varieties of birds.
    Your Western bluebird is brilliantly blue and those soft red and pink toned on his upper chest are beautiful. What a dear bluebird! 🐦
    What is interesting is our blue Jays are big (almost like crows) and our bluebirds are petite (like European robins).

    • Thank you so much Robin! This Bluebird was so vivid I thought it might be a different bird for a little while.

  2. Excellent photos! That blue! I especially love the one where he is flying with the worm!!! 🙂

    • Thank you so much Myriam! I’m so glad that shot came out. He took off so fast. I wasn’t sure my reaction time was fast enough.

  3. These western bluebirds are beautiful, I enjoy them so much, nice set.

  4. Beautiful bird!!

  5. Lovely images. Brought some joy to my Sunday 🙂

  6. Outside of the occasional bluejay, I don’t get to see many blue birds. This one is a cutie 🙂

    • This one was so, so blue; the most vivid blue bird I’ve ever seen! I thought for awhile it must be a different bird!

      Blue Jays are common here too. Bluebirds I see only in Spring.

  7. I love your birds Deb!!

  8. What a beautiful bird! Lovely shots Deborah. I love how he pops off of the browns! 🙂

  9. What a pretty little guy. The bird house we put up in the yard was supposed to attract blue birds. We got a nice house sparrow family instead. I rarely see a bluebird around here, so this was a treat. Great capture of him in flight.

    • Thank you so much Dan! I never thought about putting in a birdhouse to attract them! I’ll have to see what food they like besides worms too if I go that route.

      Your Sparrow family has been treat for me to see through your viewfinder. I rarely have them at my feeder.

      • We were told to have the house up by February because blue bird start looking for a next early. Instead, Snoopy moved in and staked her claim.

        • Snoopy and co. are pretty cute though. 🙂

          • They are. This year, they just aren’t leaving. She still sits in the roof and there’s still activity in the house. Oh, and she owns it. Maddie and I got buzzed for getting too close.

  10. Beautiful, Deborah

  11. Awesome! Love the taking off shot especially!

  12. I especially love the last capture.

  13. Your bluebird images brought me happiness today 🙂


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