We apologize for not posting in the last few months. We will try to get a little better about posting regularly. Here are a few photos from the last few months with more to come soon. None of these are in particular order. Take care and good birding!
|A Steller's Jay waiting for a handful of peanuts|
|A Song Sparrow taking a quick bath|
|A Bushtit getting ready to take off after grabbing|
|Townsend's and Black-Throated Gray Warblers|
|3 Warblers bathing at one time! Orange-Crowned, |
Black-Throated Gray and Townsend's!
|Same 3 little guys|
|3 Black-Throated Gray Warblers at the same time! |
This was a yard record for us. Normally, we
only get one at a time.
|This Orange-Crowned Warbler flew in through|
the garage, then through the kitchen and into the living
room. He landed on a plant near the ceiling.
It took us a while to get him to fly back out.
This was 2 days after a
Steller's Jay did the same thing.
|7 Band-Tailed Pigeons in our backyard. They |
are frequent visitors to our yard.
|This Band-Tailed Pigeon obviously thought he was a |
House Finch. He kept trying, though.
|A Wilson's Warbler on one of our hikes|
|A Hermit Warbler on the same hike|
|White-Crowned Sparrow on top of Saddle Mt|
|Evening Grosbeaks fighting over some seed. We think|
that is a House Sparrow in front of them
|An Orange-Crowned Warbler in the yard |
(not in the living room)
|Evening Grosbeaks gathered for some dinner|
|A female Western Tanager grabbing some suet|
|Here she is again|
|We don't think the Evening Grosbeaks liked sharing,|
but no body seemed to want to speak up
|A Band-Tailed Pigeon in flight|
|Evening Grosbeaks waiting for the bird bath|
|Another Evening Grosbeak|
|Evening Grosbeaks on the right and a solitary|
Black-Headed Grosbeak to the far left
|A female Evening Grosbeak|
|One of our resident Anna's Hummingbirds in our|
|It really likes the maple tree in the front of the house|
|Another Anna's eating from the Fringecup|
|A beautiful male Robin|
|A Yellow-Rumped warbler pretending to be a|
|Yellow-Rumped Warbler grabbing some suet|
|Every spring we get Anna's Hummingbirds grabbing |
bits of dryer lint for their nesting material