Yesterday, we looked out our big glass window and witnessed about 20 of these little birds looking in our window!
Some of them sat politely on the deck and had their picture taken.
Some of them sat on the window sills and stared into our house.
Some had yellow mohawks, some had orange mohawks, some had no-hawks.
This fat little guy looked like a baby.
Maybe they were just tired from a long journey and taking a break?
They hung out for about 30 minutes and then they were gone.
Safe travels feathered friends,
Wyatt and Stanzie
Nice that they stopped by to say hello!ReplyDelete
MURPHY AND STANLEY
What kind of birdies were they?ReplyDelete
I don't know Tweedles...I was hoping you knew!Delete
Cool looking little birds.ReplyDelete
Aroo to you,
Crikey you've sure got lots of things flying into your backyard lately, aye?? Sticks ...... birds ...... How lucky are you?? They sure are pretty little blokes! It was nice of them to stop by, aye??ReplyDelete
What cute little birds - we like the yellow stripe on their head!ReplyDelete
Mr Bailey & Hazel
Such cute little birdies...we hope they make it down south safely!!ReplyDelete
Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo
Oh, we gets them too! I'm not positive, butts I thinks they are Warblers or Finches. They always come by in a charm of 20 or 30 and chirp around in the trees and bushes and eat all the good bugs and to to the next yard! So fun to watch and listen to them.ReplyDelete
Dose are golden-crowned kinglets... da ones wiff da orange on der heads is da males. Dey winters in Mexico, Florida, and Texas... maybe we'll see one of yer visitors comin' through here soon...ReplyDelete
What a bunch of cute lil birdies!ReplyDelete
They're cute. We just read Finley's comment. Maybe they will see some of your visitors.ReplyDelete
What cute little birdies they are!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots♥
Mitch and Molly
Awww they're so cute. Isn't it nice they stopped by to say hello!ReplyDelete
Nacho, Noah, Buddy & Basil
Awww those little birds are super cute, i have never seen those type of bird before! They look adorable with those little yellow Mohawks, orange Mohawks and those who had no-hawks. My Daddy has a Mohawk! Maybe I can ask him if he knows these birds????? I wonder where they are going and wonder where they have been?? Love and licks from your furiend Frank xxxxxxReplyDelete
the last one reminds me a little of a penguin... probably it is too cold outside here and my brain is frozen :o) I hope they have a good trip and a good time in a sunny and warm areaReplyDelete
BaaaaWaaaah..... the NO HAWKS ... you are so funny.ReplyDelete
Maybe they were looking for a party, all fluffed up and no where to go... aw, little cuties.ReplyDelete
Luvs Freya Rose Blossom x
They have a lovely yellow stripe on their heads Wyatt, did you notice that? Or do you prefer to catch one.ReplyDelete
Wow, what adorable little birdies! I never saw that kind before so I'm wagging that you got pix to share with us. BOL to Frank's comment about his Dad! I bet they are looking for someplace a whole bunch warmer that this country is right now. Brrrr Hope they have longjohns on under their feathers.
Grr and Woof,
Sarge, Police Commish
What nice little birdies! We couldn't find them in our birdie book; but then we noticed our birdie book is for east of the Rockies. But looking back on the comments, I see Finley got it right! We love to identify birdies! Thanks for the pictures!ReplyDelete
Such cute kinglets. We love watching the birds too.ReplyDelete
I wonder if they come as far north as Alaska? Sure are Cute!ReplyDelete
I just found them in my birdie book and Finley the Westie is right,,ReplyDelete
Golden Crown Kinglet. They are very cute. The girls have the yellow mohawk?
Yeah for Finley! We heard their sounds and read all about them here:Delete