These Downy Woodpeckers gleaned every last reachable bit from the feeder before I could refill it.
A Pine Siskin flits away from the heated bird bath/watering trough.
I hope that you, my dear reader, are safe and healthy. I wish you a belated Merry Christmas. Thank you very much for making time out of your life to visit.
Chickadees are such amusing little sprites. I had not seen them at my feeders for years, and am very pleased that a pair has seen fit to visit.
Today was the first day I have seen an Evening Grosbeak. In addition to these two at one of my sunflower feeders and a House Finch that tried to move in, nine more Grosbeaks foraged elsewhere.
A chickadee flits away from the feeder.
A House Finch looks to make sure the coast is clear before going to the feeder.
A Blue Jay picks a seed from a feeder before taking it up to a branch to break open and eat.
Immature House Finches visit the sunflower feeder.
Head cocked to better survey the lay of the land, this House Finch ensures that the area is safe before visiting the feeder.
These two Mourning Doves settled down for a brief snooze outside my office window.