Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Mulberry Tree

I have a special post today. All of these images are tied together by a single Mulberry tree. This year the bugs are very light and I have been able to spend some early morning time capturing the birds that visit this tree.

Northern Mockingbird

©2015 Steve Borichevsky

American Robin

©2015 Steve Borichevsky

Gray Catbird

©2015 Steve Borichevsky

Male Baltimore Oriole

©2015 Steve Borichevsky

Female Baltimore Oriole

©2015 Steve Borichevsky

Juvenile Baltimore Oriole

©2015 Steve Borichevsky

Cedar Waxwing

©2015 Steve Borichevsky

Male Rose-breasted Grosbeak

©2015 Steve Borichevsky

Female Rose-breasted Grosbeak

©2015 Steve Borichevsky

Red-bellied Woodpecker

©2015 Steve Borichevsky

House Finch

©2015 Steve Borichevsky

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9 comments:

Margaret Adamson said...

WOW! Well that is a marvvelous tree to keep your eye on. SO many beautiful birds visiting it Steve. Worht getting up early to photograph them all.

eileeninmd said...

What a pretty variety of birds, great captures!

EG CameraGirl said...

I'm a mazed at how many birds your mulberry tree can attract!

mick said...

Great photos and a lovely variety of birds in the mulberry tree. I too had a mulberry tree where I used to live and I got up early too - but to get to the berries before the birds took them all!!

Adam Jones said...

Great capture of the Northern Mockingbird. Love all of them though.

Gayle said...

Now there's a tree with a purpose.
Beautiful photos - especially like the Catbird's balancing act.

June Caedmon said...

What a gem you have in that tree, Steve!! Fabulous shots, all!

bettyl-NZ said...

Wow, you have a ring-side seat there! Your photos are simply lovely and you caught the colors so beautifully.

Wally Jones said...

Who needs TV, just plant Mulberry trees! Terrific series of photographs, Steve!

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