Just a little reminder..

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© Heather Mellon
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UploadedJuly 17, 2017
TakenJuly 10, 2017
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D7100
Exposure1/1500 sec at f/6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length350 mm
ISO400
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".. it's time to refill the feeder "

The chickadees are very good at reminding me to refill the feeders when they go empty. It doesn't happen very often but lately I've had several red squirrels working overtime to empty them. I love the eye contact and pose this little chickadee gave me on this shot :)

4 responses

  • Andrea Petersen

    Andrea Petersen gave props (17 Jul 2017):

    I so agree with you how quickly red squirrels and other creatures empty the feeder and then they bring their young ones to the feeder too when they are weaned. We have a Eastern Chipmunk also who stores seeds in its cheek pouches and carries away a bundle of seeds Love the Chickadee on the branch...They are so cute and intelligent for reminding us when they want the feeder refilled. They realize they can trust us to feed them and it is a heartwarming part of nature for why we feed the birds..Excellent shot of him giving you direct eye contact!

  • Heather Mellon

    Heather Mellon said (17 Jul 2017):

    Thank you for your comment, Andrea. It's so true that they place their trust in us and I consider that a great compliment. Almost anytime I step out into the deck or yard I hear a friendly 'dee dee dee' and it never fails to brighten my day :)

  • JamesHarmon McQuilkin

    JamesHarmon McQuilkin   gave props (17 Jul 2017):

    I love the shapes of these birds--great capture

  • Gail Haberman

    Gail Haberman   gave props (17 Jul 2017):

    So sweet and I love the title!

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