Thursday, February 26, 2009

The Talk of the Day





Peekaboo! I am hiding. I don't think he can see me.



You go first I'll keep watch.



You'd like that old girl. He's still there.






18 comments:

Cathy said...

Gotta love the birds!

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

What cute pictures. Am I right that they are all cardinals or is the first one another type? We don't get them here, but I think they are so pretty. Your little kitty looks so sweet :)

nancybond said...

Talk of the day, indeed -- and it looks like kitty is being carefully watched. :) I'd give anything to have your cardinal fly up to my feeder!

SusanGardenChick said...

How did you get them to pose so perfectly, so the red berries echo the red in their beaks and feathers? Very well trained birds!

Bren said...

This is wonderful... your photography is just perfect. I can't wait till spring arrives in Ohio!
Warm Wishes from my garden in the buckeye state.

Gail said...

Lona, Clever post and I love the photos! gail

Grace Peterson said...

Lona, You deserve an award for this post. The birds are so cute and your captions complement them perfectly and your cat...a nice surprise as I scrolled down. You made me smile.

Gardeness said...

Ahh, this was cute! (No birds were injured during the photography of this post)

Jayne the Dig said...

Hey there, you get such pretty garden birds over there. The cat wouldn't be sitting for long if my canine helper had anything to do with it!!
Thanks for stopping by at my blog!
J xx

JGH said...

Cute! That lady cardinal has it all under control, doesn't she?

RainGardener said...

Lona, your pictures are fantastic! Beautiful birds. Is kitty thinking about what's above? Yum! The cow picture is priceless - the looks on their faces. I went looking for cow pics last summer and got a few cute ones - wanted a Jersey I think those are the ones with cute faces. LOL

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

JGH: LOL I couldn't resist getting the female after the male.

Jayne: I do not have a dog anymore and the cat is a stray that comes around.The birds were watching him as much as he was watching them :)Thanks for dropping by.

Gardeness: LOL, no , no birds were hurt in the documentation.


Grace: As you may have gathered I can get silly once in awhile. I'd like to blame it on the cabin fever but no so...

Gail: Glad you liked the posting. It was fun doing it.

Bren: Yes, we are so ready for spring. We are going to the Home and Garden Show in Columbus tomorrow so it will either make my day or make me more wishing for spring.

Nancy: I wish you could have cardinals too. They are such a beautiful bird.There are so many here around the house. I saw my first two Robins yesterday in the yard so spring is near.

Catherine: The first one is a little Tufted Titmouse. They sass me all of the time.I love them, their so perky.

Cathy: Birds is about all we have at this time of year.I need all of your or well maybe just a couple of you indoor beauties.

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Susan: I have them trained very well :). Just got lucky and caught them at the right time.

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

RainGardener: The cat was almost licking his chomps I think, but the birds were really watching him.Thanks so much fro stopping by and commenting.

Balisha said...

So Cute!

Cinj said...

I can't wait until I start seeing birds again. Cardinals are so pretty. Does your cat like watching bird-watching as much as mine do?

spookydragonfly said...

I enjoyed your photos and captions. I see this playing out everyday here with my five outdoor cats!

Adrienne in Ohio said...

This is a cute post! Your cat seems to be trying to remain nonchalant. Love your blog!