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Pine Siskin In Estes Park

 

I was walking back from downtown when I saw a little movement out of the corner of my eye. I quickly got my camera and took this one photograph of a Pine Siskin before it flew away. It was perched on a Thistle which had gone by and was enjoying all of the little seeds.

It’s really a pretty little bird, don’t you think? I love the yellow on his wings and tail feathers.

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3 Responses to “Pine Siskin In Estes Park”

  1. Kathleen says:

    Yes, a beautiful bird. Thanks!

  2. Penni says:

    I always look forward to their visit to Loveland over the winter!

  3. Manny says:

    The picture is lovely and the setting is so perfect as it replicates the colouring of this
    gorgeous bird.

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