Bear with me, girlfriends!
Varied Thrush at Lime Creek Nature Center yesterday
Now I see a Varied Thrush at Lime Creek Nature Center from yesterday
Varied Thrush picture on site.
Progress is being made! Thanks for all that frustrating effort!!
I see the picture of the thrush
Got it, got it. Neat bird. Also got the one of Reed and the bees. You are on a roll. Thanks.
Wow, worth the wait! Beautiful bird!
Very pretty bird. Your patience paid off with a cool sighting!
One thrush came through fine. If that’s all that you sent you are on a roll, worked!!! Reed and the bees also came through.
Got the photo of the beautiful thrush as well as a very handsome Reed!
Jean, you get an A+. Now, how many bees did you see?
There he is in all his glory. They are beautiful birds and I am always so surprised when they come to my hummingbird feeders in the mountains. A lot bigger than the hummers. Good for you Mary getting that picture up for all of us. To see. Thanks.
I’m so glad you finally got to see him. Sometimes it takes persistence!
Mary…Thank you for your persistence with blog photos. Good to see all three..the bird, Reed n the bees and your new blossoming plant!
I did look up the Thrush online and was surprised I never viewed one before as I grew up in the soggy Pacific NW they love. Elusive as the Thrush are it was nice to see what I had missed!
It was 10 degrees up here this early morning.
Good show girl!! It’s working!! Love the “bird & the bees!!” 😉
Love the varied thrush—great picture!
So happy that your persistence paid off! Lovely bird.
I didnot get a photo of Reed with bees. I’ll check again.
A bird-lover myself I share your enthusiasm at seeing this love,y bird! Thanks for sharing! Glad it was still around!
Now I see why you and Reed were so eager to see the varied thrush. It’s a lovely bird! I have never seen one before. Thank you for your persistence! I also got the pictures of Reed with the bees and with ice cream. He is growing into a handsome young man!
Well worth the wait!
What a beautiful bird. i don’t think we have them in Ohio.
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