The Feeder Feed: getting cold edition

TwitterIt has been a while since I have posted photos of the feeders at home.

I have the Z-Cam going with Radio Sabina now.  There are views of the feeders, which I occasionally shift.

The Chickadees and Nuthatches have definitively formed their common flock for the winter and the Chickadees themselves are a bit less aggressive with each other.

Here are two sitting together fairly amicably.

Yes, folks… both birds… both at the feeder.  Very different.

Blue Jays are spectacular, but they can be annoying.

Here is a Jay looking for its favorite bits by tossing seeds around (out) with its large beak.

The TEAM GOLDFINCH.

This House Finch is happy that you have given donations.  That is how they eat around here.

Thanks!

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5 Responses to The Feeder Feed: getting cold edition

  1. wanda says:

    Thank you for the pictures of your feathered friends. You have snow! I shouldn’t be surprised.
    Happy Thanksgiving, Fr. Z. and thank you for your blog, it’s one of the things I’m very thankful for. Blessings always.

  2. frjim4321 says:

    Beautiful!

  3. Stvsmith2009 says:

    I used to have a feeder here, but the black bears seem to think it is food put out for them, and totally destroyed the feeder, and the steel pole it was mounted on. So, to avoid bears in my front yard, no more feeder. Thanks for posting these Father!

  4. It looks like Pine Siskns have settled into your feeders in the second to last photo.

  5. irishgirl says:

    Nice pictures of the birdies as always, Father Z!
    You’ve got snow, I see…yikes!
    We don’t have any as yet….just a lot of rain and wind.