The (presumably male) Dark-eyed Junco appeared to display to a female.
An American Goldfinch and a Pine Siskin peaceably share drinking from the bird bath.
This House Finch paused while eating.
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.
A House Finch visits a sunflower feeder.
Although the weather is good, and Project FeederWatch starts about a month from now, I want to ensure that the songbirds know they can count on an at least a partial meal here.
Even though it was not early, this American Robin still got the worm.
A Downy Woodpecker visited this feeder in the backyard. I was able to capture it before it flew to a safe spot with its tidbit.
I participate in Project FeederWatch. It’s a citizen science project which involves counting the birds at my bird feeders. During our recent extreme cold weather visitation dramatically increased. I photographed this Northern Cardinal through the living room window and screen so it’s a little fuzzy.