Friday

Carolina Wren Stretch

Carolina Wrens LOVE the birdfeeder wreath that I have out on my back deck. This little one is stretching out his neck to see what kind of treats he can find. Not only are they beautiful birds, but they have lovely song.  You can listen - HERE  (go to "sounds" and push play)

18 comments:

Catherine said...

It's hard to pick a favourite isn't it? They all just bring such happiness with them!

Have a lovely weekend Kerri!
xo Catherine

Steve Borichevsky said...

This is a wonderful shot that just captures the Carolina Wren perfectly.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

He looks like he is exercising that neck.Very cute.Yeah!!! We are finally getting some sunshine today.
Blessings,Ruth

Shammickite said...

I really like that birdfeeder wreath, what a stunning idea. I have a wreath hanging in my basement doing nothing, maybe I can use it to feed the birds and beautify the back yard at the same time!

Happyone :-) said...

They are dear little birds. A good stretch always feels good. :-)

waterwaif said...

I can't pick a favorite.

You captured this one so beautifully!

imac said...

I love it Kerri, such a beauty.

maggie said...

Great photography and art.

the wild magnolia said...

Beautiful little Wren!

The Early Birder said...

Stretch and grow... Have a great weekend Kerri. FAB.

Elijah Goodwin said...

Nice image Kerri.

cindyzlogic said...

Nice capture, Kerri!! I just had 2Carolina Wrens visit the feeder today. I haven't seen any in awhile and I've never seen them on the feeder...just luv 'em!!

Stacey Dawn said...

Such nice complementary tones Keri - and I adore listening to birds sing their various songs. Such fun!

Randy Emmitt said...

Kerri,

The wren photo is really nice. They can be very entertaining.

Rick said...

Beautiful shot and that quote is oh so true! Maybe this little guy is doing chin-ups in reverse (?)

eileeninmd said...

The Carolina Wren is one of my favorites too, Kerri! Great photo, they are such cute little birds.

Willard said...

Exquisite image, Kerri!

Louise said...

It's difficult to choose a favourite bird, isn't it. I am very fond of our little native Wren. I am definitely going to have a go at making a birdfeeder wreath, and have bookmarked yours as a guide. Brilliant!

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