Monday, March 23, 2009

Montana, American Goldfinch

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While in Montana, we had a great kitchen table view of the birds feeding on Grandma and Grandpa's front porch.
Grandma's Bird Feeder text reads: Grandma says, "The bird is an American Golfinch (Carduelis tristis), male, winter phase. All the tan/grey feathers become bright yellow in the summer. They are common birds at our feeder this time of year."
The kids each scrapped their own goldfinch page.


  1. Wow, those bird pics are amazing- crisp. You are kicking my butt in the scrapping department these days...I really oughta get a move on. But I gotta find the bottom of my desk first. Talk about role reversal for us two, huh? ;) :)

  2. How fun to get the same thing from the different perspectives of each child!! Wonderful post.

    I just followed you (I'm from MBC Follow me club) and I'm looking forward to reading more!

  3. Great pages! I'm over from FMFY and am now following your blog - have a great night!

  4. The pictures are spectacular and the drawings are priceless! Stopping over from FYFM - I'm following you now, and am enjoying my visit! :)




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