I thought it must be a very strange wind that kept changing course.
Finally I figured out that there were several American Goldfinch feeding on the flower centers where the seeds are forming.
The birds blend in so well that it is easy to miss them until they come out from the full part of the flowers.
I usually see them feeding on the purple cone flowers (echinacea) where they aren't camouflaged as well as they are on the black eyed susan.
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The finches are so pretty! Haven't seen any around here lately.
Beautiful flowers, lovely yellow bird in the middle.
Great capture of the Goldie, wonderful photos of the black eyed susans.
lovely as can be~
Smart birds on pretty flowers. They made my day!
Ha, we have these flowers in my garden. never knew their name.
At first i didnt notice that cute bird. Great photos.
The finches love black-eyed susan seeds too...aren't they so cute...
clever yellow bird among yellow flowers. great shots.
I saw the bird right away and wondered if you were trying to surprise us! Wonderful!
Goldfinches love flower seeds.
You captured them very well.
It's amazing how well the goldfinches blend in with the black-eyed susans! The birds are so cute, and I love the bright cheery yellow of the black-eyed susans. Cheery post!
I love rudbeckia. I have them all over my front "lawn." Need to check out the finch...
So many flowers worth appreciating for. Thanks for this pride of showcasing yours.
(It's in my Flower Memes)
cool shots...i saw lots of these around the neighborhood but no idea about their names
mine is here
The suzies are beautiful this year!
Happy new week.
Had I not read the title first, I would have probably said 'Beautiful flowers'.
I didn't see that fellow :D
A goldfinch is a rare site for me.
beautiful series of flowers.
Amazing camouflage and beautiful shots, Carver!!
B is for blooms
What a great hiding place!
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