Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Last Yellow Leaves on the Wisteria



Felix has taught us not to hang suet out in warm weather, as the heat melts the fat and tragically it can clog the birds' nostrils (!). In fall and winter, however, the cardinals enjoy finding suet-and-seed blocks hanging on the wisteria arbor in the front garden.

6 comments:

Kelli said...

Oh, that is a gorgeous photo. Cardinals are my favorite birds. I have a male and female visit my feeder regularly. Thank you for the suet warning too!
Kelli

Cindi said...

If Giles took this photo it is gorgeous. Tell Felix thanks for the info on birds. It will help us to help our feathered friends this winter.

Anonymous said...

your sonis very talented ,and knows alot about birds! I enjoy his photos!
christina

C.A. Worcester said...

This is why I love coming to your blog....the simple, beautiful things in life....captured.

Wonderful pictures!!! Wonderful tip on bird feeding. :-)

Cheryl

Chrissy said...

You always have such lovely photographs here. I enjoy them alot.

I hope you don't mind, but I linked to you from my blog. I'd be honored to have you visit.

Emma said...

Hi Anna!

The past few posts on your blog have been beautiful ones! Thank you for the wonderful comment you left on my blog a few days ago... I too feel that you are a kindred spirit! I have long been inspired by the way that you live your life.

Emma

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