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Montpelier, VT, United States
There was an irruption of Pine Grosbeaks last winter. I was walking to the Co-op on day and witnessed over a dozen Pine Grosbeaks feeding in the fruit trees along the way. The berries, as well as some of the Pine grosbeaks, were still covered specks of ice from the weather.
Category 3: Fruit & Nectar Feeders
AWARD WINNER: Category 3: People’s Choice
I vote for this photo by Emily!
Thank you, Annie.
I vote for Emily’s photo, above!
Thank you, Anne.
Emily’s photo has my vote ?
Thank you, Kristin!
I vote for Emily’s picture!
Thank you, Vicki.
This is an exquisite composition and subject. Also enjoy the fluid line, plumpness of the bird, amazing textures & colors. A real standout!
Thank you so much, Holly!
Thank you, Christine.
Thank you so much, Christine!
This one. Extraordinary colors, vivid image of a seed-eater extracting seeds from fruit and leaving what she doesn’t want.
Thank you so much, Susan.
Usually what we see before the camera gets positioned and then the bird is gone!
Thank you so much, Lorraine!
They are gorgeous, aren’t they? Thank you, Theresa!
The stretch – perfect
Thank you, Ned.
Emily has the best nature pictures!!
Thank you so much, Judith!
Emily has the best nature shots!!
Thank you, Judith!
Love this! I vote for this one
Thank you, Molly.
Gorgeous color and composition, a beautiful bird in god’s garden! Great capture, Emily!
Thank you, Jane!
deserves to win.
Beautiful photo! Never seen those birds, especially eating berries!
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