Friday, March 25, 2011

Feeder Friday

First shots were from a week ago.  A small group of five went to attention as a flock of seventeen appeared on the other side of the stonewall.  I think the five were being chastised for leaving the main body.

  This past week, we have had one hen return to the feeders every day.  She is all by herself and comes morning and late afternoon.....every day.  After warm temperatures and melting, we had a light snowfall Monday.  Spring in New England!


  1. Wow - you got some great pics. We had a flock of over a hundred pass through our yard about 3 years ago. The whole neighborhood was all a buzz about where did they come from and where did they go? They were here for about two days and then totally disappeared. Weird.
    'hugs from afar'

  2. How cool is that?! You live in a great location to be able to see stuff like this. Thanks for sharing the views from your "Wide Eyed Window" :)

  3. I imagine that these big guys would clean up the feed pretty quick.We have Wild Turkeys here,but I don't think they would venture into town.

  4. They are strange birds alright. Last winter, with deep snow in the woods, they came out and marched single file down our blacktop roadway. Like on parade. :)