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One of the three female blackbirds on the gardentable.


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Finally got a shot of my first female wood duck. They always like to hide in the reeds and that day I got lucky and two of the more brave ones came out to investigate what I was doing.


Have a great day Flickr friends! Tina and the Puglets. xo


I would like to thank all of you that have taken the time to view and comment on my photos, it is very much appreciated. Constructive criticism and tips on how to improve my novice photography skills are always welcomed.


I got really lucky at the park the other day. I've just seen Mergansers for the first time ever this year and they are always so far out in the river. I spotted this female resting on a log and snuck up on her. I was lucky to get a few shots before she noticed me and flew away.


Have a wonderful week Flickr friends. Tina and the Puglets xo


I would like to thank all of you that have taken the time to view and comment on my photos, it is very much appreciated. Constructive criticism and tips on how to improve my novice photography skills are always welcomed.


This female was a little bit upset because another male oriole was close to her jelly she is so cute and beautiful but aggressive when it gets hungry just like a women we do lol Have a nice day! :)

Female Baltimore Oriole Bird.

Female Baltimore Oriole Bird. Picture taken at sunset.

Female Song Sparrow Bird.

Female Blackbird collection ants in my garden

This female Mallard was reaching for weed hanging down from this waterfall. Nayland village.

Female Dickcissel Bird. Picture taken at Perry Farm in Bradley Illinois.

Cardinals (Cardinalis cardinalis) are some of the most easily recognized birds. They can often be seen perched on a branch slightly hunched over with their long tails pointed down. In winter cardinals stand out against the evergreens or leafless trees and in the summer their whistles are one of the sweet sounds of morning. These birds don’t migrate so you can enjoy their presence year-round in your landscape.


Male cardinals are large, long-tailed, fire-engine red birds with a short thick bill and prominent crest. Males also have a black mask and throat. Females also have short thick bills and a large crest. Female cardinals are pale brown with tinges of red in the wings, tails, and crest. Juvenile cardinals look similar to adult female cardinals, except they have a grey to black colored bill. Cardinals’ thick bills are well-used to cut or crush seed shells.


Did you know that very few female North American songbirds actually sing? The Northern cardinal is one of those singers. They often sing while sitting on their nest — it’s not often that wild animals resemble their cartoon depictions, but for female cardinals, fiction matches the truth.


Cardinals live in open woodlands and are one of a few species that has been helped by urban sprawl, which contributed to its expanded range northward.


Cardinals eat mostly seeds and fruits, supplementing their diet with insects. They do not only forage for their food on the ground; when canopy develops they eat buds on trees and shrubs, and insect larvae as well. In fall, they take fruits and seeds from plants and the ground. Nestlings are fed mostly insects. Cardinals are not picky about bird feeders and will use almost any one you put out. These birds do seem particularly to enjoy sunflower seeds, so be sure to use them if you want to have some happy cardinals.


I found this happy female in my backyard in Polk County, Florida.

Female House Sparrows Bird.

A female Blackcap, photographed in woodland shade. I usually find Blackcaps to be tricky subjects to photograph, as they are flighty & difficult to approach. Particularly the females, for some reason. My camera isn't great in poor light, so I was pleased to have managed to get this one.

This female is enjoying her grape jelly so well, I just cant believe I manage to photograph her tongue lol right now they're gone for nesting and I miss them so much. I am feel blessing to have the this beauties on my feeder this year for so long, have a good day! :)

The eclectus parrot (Eclectus roratus) is a parrot native to the Solomon Islands, Sumba, New Guinea and nearby islands, northeastern Australia, and the Maluku Islands (Moluccas). It is unusual in the parrot family for its extreme sexual dimorphism of the colours of the plumage; the male having a mostly bright emerald green plumage and the female a mostly bright red and purple/blue plumage.


A most unusual pair


Female American Goldfinches Bird.

Mrs Redstart from the pair that I have been photographing recently.

Not as brightly coloured as the male but still a lovely bird.

Taken on Exmoor

A female Ruby Throated Hummingbird perched a feeder.



Female House Sparrow in my garden

Female Cardinal sitting and waiting for a turn at the bird seed on the bench on a nice day.

English Female Sparrows Bird

Female bringing prey to feed its juveniles.

Shape very similar to Eurasian Kestrel but tail slightly shorter and central tail feathers project slightly. Wings more rounded and shorter than Eurasian Kestrel; claws are white rather than black. Males are unspotted above with blue-gray patches on the upperwings and largely pale underwings. Females have an indistinct mustache but otherwise are rather similar to Eurasian Kestrel. Hovers frequently and catches insects on the wing. Breeds colonially. eBird

Close up view of Northern Female Cardinal

Northern Female Cardinal in the Snow

Close up view of female mallard duck.

Female Banded Demoiselle at Well Meadow, Bridgnorth, Shropshire Uk

A female Downy Woodpecker takes a break o a dead tree branch.


Shot from my portable blind/hide at 4 meters.

Brown Hairstreak : Thecla betulae

A female Osprey checks for intruders around the nest before landing.

Female Northern Cardinal

Often seen in flocks with other species of duck such as Tufted Ducks. Will spend much of their time diving for food of which a large proportion of the diet consisting of plant material.

Shot taken originally from the fall as I was unable to visit my preferred park this morning. No issues, sometimes you just need to adjust your plans given the current situation!

A surface - feeding duck that from a distance may look dull but when seen close up will reveal inquisitive patterns. Often seen in pairs.

Female capercaillie is "walking" just nearby narrow little "forest-road in wilderness.

Posed nicely for me to take It's photo at Himley Hall and park - South Staffordshire...

Best viewed large...

Female Yellow Finch and Yellow Sunflowers.

Female House Finch Bird in the backyard.

This site is all that remains of the Ross Female Factory. An interesting name indeed for a women's prison, but it appears to have functioned more like a prison farm. The male convicts were housed in relative high security right in the heart of town (we'll see that tomorrow - although it won't be what you expected).


The Female Factory was only operational from 1848 to 1854 (when the system of Transportation from England was ended). The site served as a factory as well as a hiring depot, an overnight station for female convicts travelling between settlements, a hospital and a nursery for babies of convicts.


Female convicts were hired from the factory as probation passholders to local settlers, mainly to work as domestic servants. They could be sent back to the factory for punishment if they were charged with an offence by their master or mistress. Hundreds of female convicts passed through the Ross Female Factory during its six and half years of operation.


The beautiful landscape backdrop here belies the many historical ghosts that haunt this eerie site.

This female looked worse for wear, she seemed to be on her own as we saw no Male present for a while when watching. She was still doing her best though!!

South Wales.


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