Some back porch birds (taken yesterday)

by George Neece February. 20, 2018 61 views

In addition to those 5 species pictured, we daily get nuthatches, juncos, cardinals, house finches, downy woodpeckers, chickadees, and titmice at the feeders plus herons, geese, grebes, turkey vultures, kinglets x 2, pileated woodpeckers, hawks x 5, various ducks (buffleheads, mallards, mergansers, wood, . . . ), coots, and loons down at the cove; and we get an occasional migrating odd straggler at this time of year.  We have also had red-headed woodpeckers, yellow-bellied sapsuckers, flickers, blue jays, phoebes, catbirds, purple finches, pine siskins, [chipping, fox, song, white-throated,swamp] sparrows, eastern kingbirds, pewees, bluebirds, and mockingbirds on our lot.  So we have a lot of birds on or near the lot.  I enjoy them.

In addition to those 5 species pictured, we daily get nuthatches, juncos, cardinals, house finches, downy woodpeckers, chickadees, and titmice at the feeders plus herons, geese, grebes, turkey vultures, kinglets x 2, pileated woodpeckers, hawks x 5, various ducks (buffleheads, mallards, mergansers, wood, . . . ), coots, and loons down at the cove; and we get an occasional migrating odd straggler at this time of year.  We have also had red-headed woodpeckers, yellow-bellied sapsuckers, flickers, blue jays, phoebes, catbirds, purple finches, pine siskins, [chipping, fox, song, white-throated,swamp] sparrows, eastern kingbirds, pewees, bluebirds, and mockingbirds on our lot.  So we have a lot of birds on or near the lot.  I enjoy them.

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