Monthly Archives: February 2020

Simply Red

A new feeder, loaded with sunflower seed, was a big – and immediate – hit this morning with my big, bright friend here.

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The future looks bright.

A mellow yellow for now, but in a few months this Gold Finch will be the bird with the most backyard “bling.”

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Today’s special…

…freeze-dried worms.

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Cold Feet

I wasn’t having much luck photographing seabirds last weekend, so I went with this instead.  

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Red-breasted Merganser

Steady. Deep breath. Bottom’s Up!

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Show me the way.

“Hey, buddy! How do I get in there?”

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Black-capped Chickadee

The Rhode Island State Bird, at least in our backyard.

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Sabin Point

Frozen silence this morning, along with your choice of park bench.

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Nature Girl.

We bought a pair of Nikon binoculars last week from BassPro. So, going forward, my better half and partner in crime will man the binoculars during our outdoor excursions. The idea is that Donna will confirm “what’s out there,” so … Continue reading

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A black’n white kinda night.

We decided to try Plant City last night, which is one of those healthy restaurants in Providence. While Donna thoroughly enjoyed her plant-based quesadilla, I chewed on lawn clippings stuffed into a burrito. Thankfully, this meat eater had the opportunity … Continue reading

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