Friday’s Hunt v3.14

Friday’s Hunt

This week we’re looking for Starts with N, Week’s Favorite, and Blue.

Starts with N: Naptime
This is also my Week’s Favorite

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Blue: Eastern Bluebird

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34 thoughts on “Friday’s Hunt v3.14

  1. That Eastern Bluebird is a pretty bird, Patti. I am used to seeing the all blue Blue Jays. What in the world was the rat doing sleeping up there?
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    • I’m delighted to finally have bluebirds visiting our yard. Are those the Stellar Jays you have in your area? The squirrel was multi-tasking–soaking up the sunshine and trying to catch a few winks. I wondered if he’d fall asleep and slide on off.

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    • The roof shingles probably warmed his belly while the sun warmed his back. The bluebird was waiting in line for its turn at the feeder–making it a prime candidate for a photo op!

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  2. I can honestly say that I’ve never seen a squirrel do that, but I did catch one hanging upside down on my feeder this week, scattering the seeds all over the place. Beautiful blue bird!

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    • That’s one thing about squirrels, you never know what they’re going to do. One summer, I thought a squirrel must have had a heatstroke, he was sprawled on the concrete patio. Apparently, it felt cool on his tummy. They work really hard to get to the seed, and they never give up!

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  3. That’s a rather precarious position for napping, I think. The eastern bluebird and the blue jays in the east are so much more colorful than our western versions. Lovely photo.

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  4. What a cute shot of the squirrel. The bluebird reminds me of Iowa since I used to see them when I lived there. We don’t see them up here though. I missed commenting last week and almost missed posting, so I’m trying to catch up this week before everyone links up!

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    • Thanks! I did the same thing–trying to read last week’s posts. I posted the Yellow-rumped Warbler, Tuesday. He’s molting into his breeding colors, so I suspect his days here are dwindling away.

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