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Winter Goldfinch

Uploaded by: backwardguy

Sunday November 17, 2013

Hermiston, OR (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: About a half a dozen of these guys just showed up today. They had left in August.

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Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode.

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3. WeatherWise
1:29 PM GMT on November 24, 2013
Great shot! Think WU cyberspace at my comment. Love the finches - the little birds are actually the ones that entertain us at the feeder with a few larger birds in between like the cardinals, bluejays, woodpeckers and not to forget those flying squirrels - meaning the doves. They can clean a feeder out as fast as the squirrels. For sure the squirrels will get their fair share and more plus they scare the birds away.
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2. Clabo
2:18 AM GMT on November 20, 2013
Hjeh, that's a nice "welcome back!", eh? :D
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1. YouKnowWho
2:42 AM GMT on November 18, 2013
Sweet!
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About backwardguy

backwardguy

My wife of 40 years and I live in Hermiston OR. on a 5 acre "farmette". I have been an elementary school teacher for the last 26 years. I enjoy the outdoors and animals and I'm an avid (not a good) golfer. My wife and I take our motorcycles on long trips and our destinations are almost always the beautiful National parks in Oregon, California, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Washington, Utah, and last summer we added Arizona to the list. Photography has long been an interest of mine and many of my photos are taken on our little farmette, and on our motorcycle trips.

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