Orange Bowl (Spring birds ). Photo by tamcat
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Orange Bowl

Uploaded by: tamcat

Sunday May 12, 2013

Manhattan, KS (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Cat Birds like oranges's not just for woodpeckers and orioles.


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User Comment: (c) Kevin N. Weinhold

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12. tamcat
4:19 AM GMT on June 09, 2013
Thank you. :)
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11. nanapoo
12:36 AM GMT on June 08, 2013
Awesome capture Kevin!
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9. WurzelDave
11:58 PM GMT on June 06, 2013
Super shot.
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8. tamcat
2:02 PM GMT on May 22, 2013
Thanks! For me it's the challenge of catching them because they are so shy. I'm still after the Brown Thrasher too, who frequents my backyard (not for the orange, I think, but for the bugs). Glad I have such a buggy backyard!
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5. zittersway
12:20 AM GMT on May 22, 2013
They aren't the most attractive bird, but I have been stalking them for about 3 weeks now, ever since I have seen my first one return to Maine. I just love these little guys. I wish I had a bush in my yard, I'd be puttin' out the oranges and jelly for them too.
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11:08 PM GMT on May 21, 2013
W@W KEV! I'm 'B O W L E D' OVER!! :)))))
Awesome Catbird catch! I've seen a few out at the to hear them! I did not know they would feed from an orange...I have tried putting different things out in back,,but never notice any birds on...maybe bugs,,lol!! Besides,,as expensive as they are..I'd much rather eat them,,lol..I'll wait for a mark-down perhaps..and try again! Thanks for sharing the 'fruits' of your photography labor here!! :)))
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3. tamcat
12:41 PM GMT on May 15, 2013
Thanks! Oh, I didn't know about grape jelly. :)
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2. YouKnowWho
3:22 AM GMT on May 15, 2013
Love the series!
What a neat pose you've captured here!
Don't forget to fill the empty orange half with grape jelly next!
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1. gardner48197
1:18 AM GMT on May 15, 2013
Good to know, they just made an appearance here in Michigan.. Great Bird Series!!
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About tamcat


My name is Kevin N. Weinhold, and somehow I ended up posting photos on an account with my wife's nickname (sorry for any confusion!). I used to think that photos were too two-dimensional, not really capturing the real person or scene, but now I understand why: without God we are all two-dimensional, but there is a much richer world behind those photos. I hope you find something in my photos beyond my view of God's creation; I'm looking forward to seeing your photos, too!

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