Joanne Snyder
is a north state artist and retired high school math teacher.
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4 Responses

  1. Ginny says:

    What a lovely shot of your bird @the feeder.   So regal and beautiful.  Thank you…..

  2. Alexa says:

    What kind of bird is he, or she ? … so pretty, thanks.

  3. Peggy Elwood says:

    Lesser goldfinch…frequent sunflower feeder bird here.

  4. Karen C says:

    These little guys have been visiting our home every year since I can remember,  They usually arrive  about this time but  are on the green side.  As the weather gets warmer, they turn a brighter yellow.  Why they arrived this year in full yellow is a mystery.  A few years ago, we missed them and when I called about it, I found out something about their journey had changed, and I cannot recall what the exact reason was.   They are always a welcomed blessing.  They love moving water and flock to our bubbling water feature , politely waiting their turn.  They eat Thistle Seed out of a special feeder.

    Thanks for sharing your picture.

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