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October 26, 2010


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The Zen Birdfeeder

Lana - they are cute; so petite!
Larry - thanks for the thumbs up!

Larry Jordan

Great shots of these beauties in the pine trees Nancy! Your right, they don't sit still very long and they are tough to photograph. Great job!


Awesome, hon! I've never seen these, myself. They're so cute.

The Zen Birdfeeder

Barbara - thanks so much. You've got the kinglet right: "beautiful tiny bundle of feathers"!


What a great shot of a beautiful tiny bundle of feathers... well done Nancy

The Zen Birdfeeder

Julie, Kerri, and Mike - thanks for your visits and very nice comments!


Great photos...I love kinglets!!!

Mike hazelwood

So beautiful! Love this!

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Super captures of this little cutie!!

Julie G

Great photos of a wonderful little bird! They are always a joy to watch. Terrific post!

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