The Feeder Feed

I have been slugging away at articles and listening to the USCCB meeting.

At this point, a glance out the window at a nice day and some visitors at the feeder is in order.

Red-bellied Woodpecker in a typical pose.

I have frequent visits from a female Cardinal.  The male sometimes comes along, but hasn’t been around today so far.

Nuthatch in a classic stance.  They have a sort of swayed back because they usually are upside down.

A view of one of the webcams for the Z-Cam and Radio Sabina.

Red-breasted Nuthatch is coming more often.  Perhaps twice a day, morning and evening.

Team House Finch.

Slightly alert.

Variations on red.

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3 Responses to The Feeder Feed

  1. wanda says:

    Thank you for the beautiful pictures. It looks like you have lots of choices for your feathered friends. I’m sure they watch you at least as much as you watch them. I was wondering, sometimes on your bird cam, I get a glimpse of yellow on your porch. The first time I saw it, I thought a yellow bird had shown up, but I realize now that it is a flag. Just curious (nosey?), what kind of flag it might be. Thanks again for the images. I wonder what that last bird is thinking.

  2. Magpie says:

    You have quite the talent for capturing amusing bird expressions Father!

  3. irishgirl says:

    You got ‘em so close up, I can see every detail of their soft feathers!

    I love how they stare into the camera!