Sunday, November 28, 2010

Winter birds

Last year there were few chickadees or titmice. This year there are loads of them even though there are resident hawks in this area. It's going to be survival of the fittest.

The chickadee.
There are seeds and suet at the Evodia Field, some suet in suet cages, more mashed into tree bark.

Blending into the background, the brown creeper.

Still a few around, the hermit thrush.

This really surprised me, because of the location, the pine siskin. I've seen them at the feeders, but not at the stream.

On the lookout for hawks and owls.

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