Thursday, May 8, 2008

Mt. Tabor, Marine Drive and the Backyard


Wilson'sWarbler


Swainson's Thrush

Townsend's Solitaire. They don't belong in the valley

A Western Kingbird along Marine Drive

A pair of Turkey Vultures sitting along Marine Drive

Same Vulture
His mate
A female Western Tanager
A male Western Tanager

Audubon's Warbler taking a bath

Savannah Sparrow
A female American Kestrel

One of the Opsrey, who has a nest on 148th and Marine Drive

Do you recognize this hawk? I figured he was pretty distinguishable from his missing feathers

A Black-Headed Grosbeak

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3 comments:

jan m said...

What a nice selection of birds in your area. I hope to get out on a birding adventure in western NY this weekend.

Anonymous said...

Hello Neighbor,

We live on Mt. Tabor and a few days ago a flock of Western Tanagers arrived in the tree in our front yard. They are still there; both male and female. I have never seen them before. Beautiful!

Laura

Anonymous said...

Multiple Western tanagers seen in Raleugh Hills 5/8/11. Eating bugs and at suet feeder all day which is a first since I've been here (2000)

They are gorgeous.

Raleigh Hills bird watcher