I have been Nominated “The Versatile Blogger Award”

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 I have been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award!  Sweet!  Tis so excites me!   More about the award here.
I have responsibilities, and I drop the ball sorry! I did not know I had to pass on! So I am told, so here goes. .  Thank the person who gave you the nomination. 
Thanks to http://frommomentstomemories.wordpress.com/.  Love your Blog very much!  .
 I have to share 7 things about my self !ugggg I am not good at talking about myself So here it goes!!
1.  I am married for 28 years  whew!!! I know long time these days LOL 
2.  I love photography  Ya Think??? 🙂
3.  I work full time,at trying to find a job that makes me happy. I worked at the local shelter for dogs and cats ,but to physical  hurt my back so ,I had to quit :((( That is my Love Animals!!
4.  I miss Patrick Swayze !!! He was my favorite actor:(
5. Oh  I LOVE ANIMALS Did I say that 🙂
6.  I am not a good writer so that is why I take pictures!! So if you all see grammar errors, PLEASE  just ignore 
7.  JESUS ROCKS!
Well I am glad that over !!
 Now I am supposed to nominate 5 other blogs for the award.  Then go back to their blogs and tell them!  Whew!  
Most Favorite is 

Blue Jay

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I just love my Birds!!! The Blue Jay, so Pretty with the Blue:)

Cardinal Bird Feeding in my yard

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Beautiful Eagles

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My favorite time of the year to take photos of these birds is January through March. This are taking at Alton, Ill. and Grafton, Ill. That is were they migrate for the winter. This winter it was a mild winter, but they were still very active.

This is a Juvenile Eagle.

Male Cardinal Bird in the Snow

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These are by far the most beautiful birds to photograph. As you can see by previous post they are my favorite!!

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Hooded Mergansers Duck Beautiful Colors

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This photo of the duck is really one of my favorites. I just love the colors and the eyes I did not know the name of this duck so I looked it up. I found it quite interesting so I thought I would share.

Hooded Mergansers have a crest at the back of the head which can be expanded or contracted. In adult males, this crest has a large white patch, the head is black and the sides of the duck are reddish-brown. The adult female has a reddish crest, with much of the rest of the head and body a greyish-brown. The Hooded Merganser has a sawbill but is not classified as a typical merganser. They live in swamps and wooded ponds.

Red Shoulder Hawk

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I have a pair of Red Shoulder Hawks that live in my trees. I got to capture this wonderful Raptor Bird. Look at those colors and detail of the tail.

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A Ducks Reflection

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Hello!! Is that really me??? 

“BIG RED ” Cardinal In the Snow

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This photo was captured at Mastodon  State Park in Missouri. I also won 2nd place with SNAP FISH photo contest. This is one of my most favorite one! The colors and the detail is so beautiful:)

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Cardinal

Young Male Cardinal

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The Wren Baby Birds

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        I was blessed last summer with taking of 2 wildlife families.The first one … I walked out to find the nest fallen down by the gutter and no mom to be found:( So I got out the computer and looked up a phone number and  called the wildlife bird sanctuary to find out how to take care of them. It was work but so worth it. They did live and fly off . How proud I was “A Mama’s babies all grown up. So I thought I would share these moments with you. I am looking for the pictures of them grown up. Stay tuned!! I hope I can find them:)  Look at those mouths and those little beaks !!  ENJOY I sure did.

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“That little bird has chosen his shelter. Above it are the stars and the deep heaven of worlds. Yet he is rocking himself to sleep without caring for tomorrow’s lodging, calmly clinging to his little twig, and leaving God to think for him.” ~UnKnown  

                                                                                                                                                           

Red Shoulder Hawk out For Dinner

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I have a pair of Red Shoulder Hawks in the yard in back of my house I watch. I am hoping for babies in the spring.