Don’t you think that wild birds are a true joy for the people who are interested in watching them?

Lisa, who goes by Ostdrossel online, recently found a wonderful way to snap these majestic animals in detail by fixing a bird feeder camera by herself. She had been thrilled to find a large community of birds in her backyard soon after the move that she made from Germany to rural Michigan in 2012. Thus, she has started capturing the beauty of her bird community.

“There was so much color and diversity, different from what I was used to in city life,” Lisa said. “I wanted to share them with my family in Germany and so I started feeding birds and taking photos.”

Anyhow, her hobby has been gradually transformed into her passion with the passage of time. So, she had set up a weatherproof box to take fantastic close-ups. The best 30 images are presented here in this article. Vote for your favourites!

1. “I enjoy seeing the beauty of the bird anatomy, the delicate patterns, the feathers, the colors, and of course their antics,” Lisa said.

 

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2. An inquisitive male Northern Cardinal.

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3. A Common Grackle with the scariest look of him.

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4. This Chunky Mourning Dove.

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5. This is a Blue Jay during the molting season. Don’t get hard feelings as the feathers grow back soon!

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6. An American Goldfinch grabbing a quick snack.

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7. Conversation of two Eastern Bluebirds.

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8. “The creative process mainly consists of choosing the best photo out of thousands that my system takes each day and then editing it a bit.” Like Lisa did with her House Finches!

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9. A curious Blue Jay.

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10. What a lovely Tufted Titmouse.

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11. Hello, Mr. Chickadee!

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12. Looks like this European Starling woke up on the wrong side of its nest!

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13. An attractive Red-bellied Woodpecker.

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14. The Dove that had a simple nap right in the feeder!

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15. Seems as if the European Starling has something to squawk about.

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16. An American Goldfinch ready for a flight.

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17. A European Starling exhibiting its complicated plumage.

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18. “The reward is being able to share it with the world and seeing how others enjoy it.” An American Robin!

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19. This enchanting Eastern Bluebird.

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20. A Northern Cardinal enjoying the glow of the day.

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21. Blue Jays are striking.

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22. Two House Finches share the meal.

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23. A fluffy Woodpecker.

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24. A bright Ruby-throated Hummingbird.

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25. A glowing Baltimore Oriole.

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26. A Purple Finch relaxing.

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27. A relaxed Palm Warbler.

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28. This cute baby Bluebird.

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29. Hey, What? It’s not a bird!

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30. An amazing Baltimore Oriole.

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WOW, what an amazing display of mother nature. Lisa is impressed with these loving visitors, and so are we. Stop for a while and try to take a moment to watch the beauty around you.