This bluebird was singing pretty loud on a light post.
I don’t know what this is. It flew onto the same post as the bluebird above. At first I thought it was a juvenile bluebird but that beak looks different. Any ideas? Cobb?
My first “male” goldfinch.
Wet robin with a berry in his beak.
Catbird on a chain.
House sparrows hanging out on a nest box.
Upclose with a frog.
Cool frog in one of the fountains.
Just a few critters I saw on my walk around the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. The bluebird was a plus since I rarely see them in central Florida.
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Love all those birds especially the bluebird!
love the frogs!
Great photos, Dina! That is such pretty patterning on the frog; cool close ups! Love the Goldfinch capture as well!
That frog is really cool!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Incredible shots Dina. I love the frogs. The reflection of the one in the water is wonderful and the full on shot of the other is amazing too!
Great shots as always but that last one of the frog is quite unusual. I’ve never seen such patterns on a frog. Great camouflage.
Cool birds but I gotta love froggy!
Beautiful photography and love the Frog by the fountain ~ so cute! ~ thanks, carol, xo
Love that last shot so much!
Great collection of birds and the frog is cute. I am guessing your second bird is a brown-headed Cowbird.
What a handsome frog, fine as frog’s hair! Beautiful birds, too.
Nice series of colorful subjects! Eileen is right about the Brown-headed Cowbird. It appears to be a female. Males are darker overall.
Great birdshots. You know how to handle your camera well. I like it.
The frog has lured me.
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A great series of photos. I especially like the bluebird and the goldfinch.
These are just wonderful, cheerful birds, that I so enjoy as well~
What a great place that Garden is! I swear I can almost hear the bluebird singing.
Beautiful pictures, the frog is my favorite.
Very sharp, compliments.
I LOVED the bluebird photos, but I really loved all your photos; great work – well it’s hardly ‘work’
Fabulous shots! I think the frogs stole the show this time.