Here's Nathan's list that he's made over the past couple weeks:VultureBlack-eyed JuncoCardinalAmerican Gold FinchWhite-breasted NuthatchChickadeeBlue JayAmerican CrowNorthern FlickerRed-Bellied WoodpeckerRobinRed-Breasted NuthatchWhite Throated Sparrow (???)House FinchFly CatcherEuropean StarlingMorning DoveWestern MeadowlarkBlue BirdHairy Woodpecker
Wow! I'm impressed with Nathan's hearty list! Give him a pat on the back from his fellow birdwatcher/lover.Jody
Hi Jody - glad you stopped by to visit The Gardener Side of me. I love photographing the birds in the garden. Birds that are visiting our feeders are sparrows, juncos, chickadees, doves, cardinals, goldfinches, purple finches, nuthatches, bluejays, some black birds and starlings, the woodpeckers (hairy & downy).
I am too cold to go look ;-p xoxoxo Clarice
Hello Gumbo Lily,I love the photo of your Hairy Woodpecker.To answer your question,who is visiting my birdfeeder:- blackbirds- blue tits- magpies- robins- sparrowshttp://olivia-kroth.blog.de.vu
your woodpecker friend is a doll! What a great picture. Pretty guy!:)Visiting our birdfeeder:Pine grosbeaksbohemian waxwingsfinchesI love the guitar music Jody. Very soothing. Thanks!Debbie
Visiting our feeders today:Lesser GoldfinchCurved-bill ThrasherCactus WrenHouse SparrowBlack-chinned HummingbirdGambel's Quail (picking up the seeds falling to the ground)Mourning DoveGila WoodpeckerCooper's Hawk (which scattered everyone)
If I had a bird feeder, we'd be getting the same birds we always get - grackles, hummingbirds, finches, wrens, and the woodpecker.I have something for you.http://michellegregory.blogspot.com/2008/01/thank-you-donetta.html
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