Orioles Closer~

If you live with,

very shy migrating birds,

they remember you,

from season to season,

based on the consistency of your behavior,

and quality of your snacks!

Cheers to you from the very wise, and very hungry, orioles~

144 thoughts on “Orioles Closer~

  1. This year my ‘snack’s must be great. I have a Cardinal couple eating out of my window feeder every morning, and a Finch couple coming by at lunchtime and the Oriols love my oranges and the jelly. I am happy, they make me happy.

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  2. I love the photos and story Cindy! Clearly I need to up my snack offerings, or maybe I’m just not that interesting to birds (or people!). Maybe I should try upping my snack game with friends! 😜


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    • And I am so glad they are here! Many birds have excellent memories. Woodpeckers remember where they hide thousands of acorns. (I can’t even remember where I put my keys!) Ravens remember people who do mean things to them for many years. (I can do this too! πŸ˜‰ Parrots remember lots of human words. The list goes on and on… Thank you Debbie for caring about the birdies & cheers to you my friend დ

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  4. What an artist, πŸ™‚ They are really remembering humans? Great! Today I had heard this from jackdaws. After two Turkish pigeons, a friend’s (linsenfutter.wordpress.com) bird feeder is now conquered by a jackdaw. Why do we need artificial intelligence, when there is so much unknown in nature? πŸ˜‰ Thank you very much, Cindy! I hope you will have a beautiful week. Best wishes, Michael


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