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Thursday February 6, 2014


Caption: I don't know how the animals survive in winters like this one, but they seem to make it.



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5. MXShutterloon
8:08 PM GMT on February 08, 2014
Poor babies! I worry about all of them when it's so frigid! I keep out lots of seeds, since that's what they eat in my yard. They seem to like eating the suet next door better.

I also keep the hummingbird feeders going, as we have Anna's and Rufus here and they do NOT migrate; once I learned that, I've been on a personal campaign, informing everyone I talk to to keep their hummingbird feeders filled. I use organic cane sugar from Costco, 3:1 and they love it! No need to add food coloring, as they see the red feeders. The caramel color of the sugar makes it easy to spot (from indoors!) what's going on with it, as for levels and freezing (bring in at night.)

Stay warm and pray for the wild babies! :)
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4. Nita
11:13 PM GMT on February 06, 2014
WeatherAddict....I love the doves too. They are such sweet birds.

Barb...Thank you for commenting. The birds really do puff a lot in the kind of weather we've been having here this winter. I have been feeding the birds and squirrels everyday this winter. I've gone through a lot of bird seed, peanuts, peanut butter and suet cakes. I do keep the critters well fed.

Peg...I love to see them all puffed up too. They look about three sizes bigger than they really are.
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3. pegpics
9:47 PM GMT on February 06, 2014
Love how they fluff out into perfect balls!!!
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2. BAMyres
8:43 PM GMT on February 06, 2014
this is beautiful... love the soft colors. I'm with you in wondering how they survive. I think those feathers are fluffed out about as far as they can go and the eyes are closed to protect. They certainly need more food when food is the scarcest. Hope you are putting out some seed.
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1. WeatherAddict
6:19 PM GMT on February 06, 2014
How Sweet! I love Mourning Doves, as they have such angelic faces.
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Hi everyone! I am retired and loving every minute of it. I've been a member of Wunderground for many, many years and have enjoyed all the wonderful photos posted here by everyone. I always appreciate your comments and ratings. Thanks so much!I have been an avid gardener since retiring, but the last few years have been a real challenge since the weather has not been very cooperative here in the midwest. I have lost a lot of my perennials and trees due to several years of drought. I enjoy phototography as a hobby and hope to get a really nice camera someday.

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