Holler Folk~

We have only the best sort of critters at The Holler, like this Western Scrub Jay,

and this always ready for his close up,

California thrasher.

Hummers are always humming at The Holler,

but for Bullocks orioles,

The Holler is just one of their many vacation homes.

The female,

and male grosbeaks, are also only seasonal visitors,

but baby house finches call Holler home.

Cheers to you from The Holler folk~

165 thoughts on “Holler Folk~

  1. Pingback: Holler Folk~ β€” (be sure to look at all of Cindy’s photographs in this post. They are gorgeous) | Rethinking Life

  2. What a beautiful selection of birds Cindy, and beautifully captured ! Love the Western Scrub Jay, a very attractive little bird I have never seen. I saw your Spring migration shots, and they were so beautiful also, It is very refreshing to see birds from the other side of the world, and you have showcased them beautifully Cindy.

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  3. Ahh…a lovely collection of the amazing β€˜peckyderm’. Impeckable as always, my friend (๑ŏ⋖⋗ŏ) (β‘…βšˆα·€α·βŒ”βšˆα·€α·β‘…) (ΰΉ‘β˜Œβ–½β˜ŒΰΉ‘) ❀️❀️❀️

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  4. Stunning photos as always, Cindy. Those feather details!! And lovely to see your baby finch in particular. We have gold-, green-, bull- and chaffinches around here, so sending lots of finch love from ours to yours! xxx


  5. Fantastic photos Cindy, so crisp and sharp! I was going to pick out a favourite but that’s impossible, they’re all really good. If you forced me I’d pick the humming bird as I imagine that would be the hardest one to photograph, well done!!

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