Friday, February 1, 2008

Please, let us know you stopped by

Hello and welcome to everyone! We would love to hear from any and all who stop by our little neck of the woods. Just a quick note, saying where you're from and maybe even how you found us. Because, if you don't leave us a note, we will send these trained Bushtits to find you!

Good birding!

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Sandy said...

SOOO nice to see you at my blog. I have lots more recent ones to put up. Glad you stopped by so now I know about your blog! I'll be checking out more here. I love your photos. I gotta get off now but will be back to look closer and read. I love birds and we enjoy sitting out watching them so much...


Sandy said...

p.s When I saw the name Seth...I thought how interesting. My third son is named Seth...I love that name.


Birdnerd said...

Thanks for your recent comments on the ol' blog! Yes, I'm sad the contest is over but we'll probably replay it in April when I hope to get a free breakfast out of Michele!
PS Get yourselves to Crystal Springs!

Jeff said...

Thanks for visiting my blog (Feederwatchfotos). I thought I would return the favor and am glad I did. What a who's who list of feeder visitors! I especially like the Northern Flicker on the feeder. We have a pair every Spring and Summer, but they never leave the ground. I am guessing they are Grubbing.
I have bookmarked your blog and I will be back. Have a nice night

NW Nature Nut said...

Have you ever installed StatCounter on your site? It's fun to see how many people come to your site and from where. Its free-just google it. It's more fun when people comment though.

Steve of Kingsdown said...

Hi, I'm Steve from (Old) Englad, where the solitary dot is on your Feedjit map. That utility is so good, I've borrowed it, thanks!

Great pictures of birds that are strange to me (I just love the bushtits) and I'd happily swap watching grey birds on a grey English Channel for your hummingbirds.

Keeep up the good work.

Stephanie said...

Hello! I'm new here & just found your page this evening. You have some great pics! & best wishes to little #92, kudos to you (& The Audubon Society) on the rescue.