Here at the Sabine Farm, I have put up a few bird feeders, trying to attact some interesting visitors.
I am starting to get a good variety. Here are a few from this morning.
First, Mr. Rose Breasted Grosbeak is now a frequent visitor. He is coming pretty often now.
I am not sure who this is, but since she, I believe, is around at about the same time as the male Grosbeak, I think this is Mrs. Grosbeak.
Then, a kind of finch, the Cardinal.
A different sort of finch is this, the American Goldfinch.
I wasn’t able to get a good shot of the Flicker or the House Finch, today, pretty sure House Finch, rather than Purple Finch.
There are also a couple woodpeckers around zillions of sparrows, Chickadees, and Nuthatches, an occasional Blue Jay, and I think an Eastern Pewee, which bobs its tail very nicely and comes frequently, always perching at the very top of the hanger before dining.
I haven’t yet caught the Flicker. But what about a Red Bellied Woodpecker?
The larger woodpeckers, used to hanging on vertical planes, have a hard time negotiating these horozontal bars.
And the Blue Jay, a land lubber.