Things are slow at the feeders these days. There seems to be a new flock… or should it be flutter… of Chickadees. I have noticed also young Nuthatches, both the usual sort and the Red-breasted. Here is a young Red-Breasted Nuthatch.
Speaking of Red-Breasted, here is Rose-breasted Grosbeak in the male version.
I have been seeing fewer of them these days.
The other variety.
A rather exciting visit came from a family, I think, of Flickers. There were four of them. I managed to get three in this shot.
The Hummingbirds are drinking like fiends and there are numerous thief-like Jays.
These days the feed that goes faster than anything else is, without question here, the black sunflower seeds. That seems to be what everyone wants.
Ah yes… I had a Bald Eagle fly through my yard as well. That woke me up.