At the Peanut Feeder

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The peanut mailbox was empty so the bluejays went to the round peanut feeder.  I don’t see them at this feeder very often, yet the bird store said it was a bluejay magnet.  It is frequently by the chickadees, nuthatches, juncos and woodpeckers most of the time.


The bluejay chose a time when there were hardly any peanuts left.  But he was persistent.


These photos were taken through the kitchen door (which has a full length window).  He appeared to be looking at me while I aimed the camera.


He seemed quite happy to strike several poses for me.


… a very co-operative lens friend.

It’s time for Wild Bird Wednesday and I’d Rather B Birdin’.

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