Saturday, December 27, 2014

Saturday's Critters #54

Saturday's Critters #54

Happy weekend everyone, I hope your Christmas was wonderful ! Ok, it's time to share your critters.. Any kind of critter will do.. I appreciate everyone who has linked up in the past and for those who are linking in on this week's critter party. And of course I always appreciate my blogging friends stopping by just for a visit..

Also, I hope you can check out the post at Anni's I'd-Rather-B-Birdin.  You should also check out Misty Dawn's Camera Critters.

I am sharing a variety of birds seen at Chincoteague NWR at the beginning of December..



A Song Sparrow


A Pied-billed Grebe



A Brown Creeper blending in with the tree. Chincoteague NWR is one of my favorite places to visit. There are always some great birds to see there.


May your New Year be decorated with sweet memories, wonderful days and memorable nights. Have a great new year ahead.



Thanks to Tex Theresa aka Tex, I was able to add this link up button and thanks to  Jennifer for creating my photo badge.





Thank you for linking up to the critter party. I also appreciate the visits, comments and the support of my blogging friends................... Have a happy weekend!
To see more beautiful birds and cute critters, check out these two memes below.

Please visit:  I'd-Rather-B-BirdinThanks to the gracious host: Anni.  Also check out Camera Critters. Thanks to Misty for hosting this fun meme.

63 comments:

  1. Three very pretty birds Eileen. Thank you for hosting :) Happy New Year!

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  2. Took some good observation to see that little creeper, didn't it?! They sure do "blend" in.
    And love the Grebe---though it looks like a bad hair day-ha ha!

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  3. I like your pretty bird pictures.

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  4. Eileen, your birds are beautiful ! Excellent shots !
    Happy weekend :)

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  5. Gosto muito de tuas fotos e momentos registrados! beijos, lindo fim de semana! chica

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  6. The photos are beautiful, Eileen.
    They are all wonderful, perfectly done.
    I link you with me in the right part of my blog.
    Best regards, Irma

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  7. Beautiful set of birds today. thanks for hosting.

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  8. The Grebe certainly looks woolly-headed! Love the creeper; good of you to spot it, Eileen. I'm linking to your post twice today, if that's OK. Jo

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  9. Good capture with the birds! Liked how the brown creeper blend with wood stalk

    Happy Holidays and Have a great year ahead

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  10. Hi! Very beautiful captures. Thanks for sharing. Wishing you a Happy New Year.

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  11. I must visit that place. My brother in New Jersey taunts me to fly up there and drive down with him. I envy your Brown Creeper photo. The few I have taken were horrible! Best wishes and thank again for hosting this great site!

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  12. it is hard to see that sweet little creeper..keeps him safe I bet... I don't have any critters to share, but i would if i did..

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  13. That brown creeper sure is blending into it's surroundings, he must have been hard to spot. Wishing you a very Happy New Year Eileen

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  14. Oh you caught the Creeper, hard to see one, but you did, well done.

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  15. Que o Ano Novo venha como uma chuva de paz no mundo todo!...
    Que seja tudo de bom e nos surpreenda com muita saúde e muitas alegrias!

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    ★ FELIZ 2015!!! ★

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  16. I saw a brown creeper once, and didn't know what it was. Now, that I do, will I see one? Probably not. My luck.

    Great photos as always Eileen

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  17. Hi Eileen,
    wonderful photos of the different birds in this time.
    Thank you very much for your wishes. I wish you a good time and a fantastic start into the New Year too.
    Best regards, Synnöve

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  18. What a great idea for a meme. Already published for today. Will try in the future.

    Janis
    Greensboro (NC) Daily Photo

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  19. It's nice to have a blogging sister that knows her birds. It's always an education for me when I visit Eileen and I don't usually recognize birds you're sharing, but the song sparrow is one I do.
    Have a good weekend!

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  20. It's nice to have a place like that! Love the little grebe. I haven't seen as many of those this winter as I have in the past.

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  21. Dearest Eileen; Love the brave looking Song Sparrow and cute Pied-billed Grebe; most of all, when I saw your Brown Creeper blending in with the tree, I looked for its head and found :-) Wonderful photographs♡♡♡
    Wishing you bright and healthy year end, my friend.
    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*

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  22. I love the brown creeper. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas, Eileen.

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  23. Love the baby duck/goose...so cute to see it swimming and still fuzzy.

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  24. You give us great images Eileen! More power to you!

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  25. love the little pied-billed! and congrats on the brown creeper! very cool!

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  26. Hi Eileen, I hope your Christmas was filled with love and joy, plus many critters to view! I love seeing a Brown Creeper, they are so hard to fine! Great photos!

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  27. That little creeper blends in so well Eileen.If we could do that it would make birding a whole lot easier.

    All best wishes to you and your family for the New Year

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  28. Nice shots Eileen. Wonderful.

    Kind regards,
    Marco

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  29. Nice birdies, Eileen. Great critter party, as always!
    ~

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  30. love the little brown creeper, what a puzzle that picture would make! Phyllis

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  31. Hello Eileen!!
    Such beautiful birds!
    Great captures!Excellent shots!
    Like the brown creeper!
    My best wishes to you and your family for a happy New Year!
    Dimi...

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  32. Your photo of the grebe is really cute!

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  33. Wow - I'm impressed that you could actually see the Brown Creeper in the wild - it is so very well hidden.

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  34. Hello Eileen,
    Great birds you are showing us!
    The Song sparrow is gorgeous, not sure we the species in France!
    My favorite is the Tree creeper, we have them but they remain always to far from my camera!!
    Hugs from France and happy last 2014 days!!

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  35. The grebe looks very neat! Love it's feathers!

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  36. wow....those creepers really blend well!! I hope you are having a wonderful weekend!!!!!!!

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  37. All three are great! But I love the brown creeper especially! I'll never forget the first time I saw one creeping up the bark of a tree trunk! They are amazing little birds! Hope your Christmas was very special!

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  38. Amazing how the creeper almost disappears on the tree bark.

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  39. the sparrow and creeper are both well camouflaged

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  40. I think they hang around just for the exposure

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  41. A wonderful collection of birds and thanks for the comment.

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  42. love the shot of the brown creeper. Not easy to catch those guys :)

    Happy New Year to you. :)

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  43. Just stopping by, the admire your three birds, to say thank you for hosting all year and to wish you a wonderful 2015! Not sure I entirely qualify to be here this week but couldn't let this week go by without popping in!
    Wren x

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  44. ABRAÇO DE ANO NOVO COM VOTOS DE MUITA FELICIDADE.
    FELIZ ANO NOVO
    AG

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  45. I guess I've been in LA LA LAND...didn't realize you were hosting this party.
    I don't see many critters but when I do, I'll come join you....

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  46. the creeper blends very well with the tree.

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  47. the sparrow and grebe photos are particularly excellent!

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  48. i love the grebe - what a cutie. those top hairs are too fuzzy looking. love it! happy weekend to you Eileen. ( :

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  49. Hi Eileen, Great photographs of the Creeper and that cute Pied Billed Grebe. I have recently been seeing the Pied Billed Grebes here but no Creepers. Have an excellent day!

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  50. Wonderful shot of the Brown Creeper. They are hard to see and even harder to photograph!

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  51. I have no current critters to share...I don't know how to link old stuff :(..I always enjoy your birds..Hope you had a wonderful Christmas...

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  52. I just didn't have any critter photos Saturday!!!

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  53. Pied-billed Grebes and Brown Creepers are two of my favourites. I haven't seen many of either, though we are occasionally lucky enough to catch a sight of one now and then. Thanks so much for this wonderful meme, Eileen. It is a treasure!

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  54. Hi Eileen -

    Sweet birds, and the Brown Creeper (new to me) has some great camouflage! Great spotting on your part!

    Thanks for stopping by to comment on my elk photos.

    Wishing you a blessed new year!

    Lindy

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  55. Thanks for hosting and visiting. Happy New Year!

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Hello, thank you for visiting my blog. I always appreciate your comments.

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Have a happy day, Eileen

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