29 Nov 2014

BIRDS

Posted by JW

AS THE SUMMER MOVES OUT THE WINTER BIRDS ARE MOVING IN

This time of year is always interesting at Liza and John’s Garden the summer birds have left or are in the process of departing.  Hummingbirds, Baltimore Orioles, Scarlet Tanagers, Red-winged Blackbirds, Common Grackle’s, Brown-Headed Cowbird’s, Some of the Northern Cardinals, and a few others have left for the winter.

We are now seeing lots of Juncos, Tufted Titmouse, American Goldfinch, Blue Jay’s, Purple Finch, Mourning Doves, Chickadees, Northern Cardinals, Blue birds, Chipping Sparrow, and mix of other sparrows or what ever.  Some times hard to ID when  so many are busing in and out.  We have Also seen some Carolina Wrens and house finches.  The Downey and Hairy  Woodpeckers are abundant.

Over the next few days and weeks I will be trying to photograph all the different birds and the others that show up. I am expecting to see some Red Bellied Woodpeckers, Pine Siskin, and a couple of Starlings show up.

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ALL THE BIRDS LIKE THE PEANUT BUTTER MIX

ALL THE BIRDS LIKE THE PEANUT BUTTER MIX

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SLIDE SHOW

This slide show taken all at the same time there are actually Three different bluebird in the series.

To view the slide show click on one of the photos then use the <<  >> symbols to navigate.  If you click on  photo you will return to the post.


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THANKSGIVING DAY

THANKSGIVING DAY

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Blue Jay clearing the snow away making it easy to get to the seed.

Blue Jay clearing the snow away making it easy to get to the seed.

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That’s all for this post.  Your comments are welcome.

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Comments

2 Responses to “BIRDS”

  1. Summer has definitely moved out. 🙂 The feathered friends who reside in your area of our state are very thankful for your contributions to their daily diet.

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    JW Reply:

    Good Morning Judy: We do enjoy having them. Spend many enjoyable hours watching.

    Have a wonderful day,
    John

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    Judy @ NewEnglandGardenAndThread

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