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Wildlife: Winter Visitors

God's creatures need food in the blustery winter weather. These pictures were taken from my kitchen window near a roughly made squirrel feeder in a old cedar tree. I have an interesting collection of birds that inhabit the area and enjoy the food.

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By Roy

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Wildlife: Winter Visitors

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Wildlife: Winter Visitors

Beautiful pictures, you must have a good camera. (02/18/2011)

By drmeidl

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Wonderful pictures. Care to share your secret? GG Vi (02/19/2011)

By Great Granny Vi

Wildlife: Winter Visitors

Excellent pics! (02/19/2011)

By Laniegirl

Wildlife: Winter Visitors

Bravo on these great shots! And thank you for sharing them with all of us. It made me smile. (02/19/2011)

By PainterLee

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