Pine Siskins in Bermuda Run (NC) Note: You can click on photos to enlarge them.
Pine Siskin Party (Why I put as much seed on the ground as I put in the feeders.)
Eastern Bluebird bath time
Downy Woodpecker and American Goldfinch
Northern cardinal and American Robin
American Goldfinch and Dark-Eyed Juncos
Hard-to-photograph Brown Creeper and White-Breasted Nuthatch
House Finch and White-Throated Sparrow
Tufted Titmouse and Cedar Waxwing
Hold it, [Almost] Goldfinches only!
The neighborhood bully (Immature Red-Tailed Hawk)
Starling all puffed out for insulation
House sparrow all puffed out, too.
Sparrows not puffed
Common Redpoll in the Ramble (Sun., Jan. 25th)
Birders at the feeders in the Central Park Ramble. Most wanted to see the Common Redpoll — and he was accommodating (below) — though my photos weren’t great.
Chipping Sparrow in the Ramble (Sun., Jan. 25, 2015)
Scram! (Titmouse turf war)
The Central Park Reservoir
American Goldfinch / Gray Catbird
Tufted Titmouse / House Wren & Tufted Titmouse
Downy Woodpecker / Brown-Headed Nuthatch
House Finches and Goldfinches
Eastern Phoebe / Eastern Bluebird
*** Young female Northern Cardinal / Mourning Dove
Blue Jay / House Finch
House Finch / Ruby-Throated Humming Bird
Great Egret / Great Blue Heron
All of the photos above were taken in North Carolina. The two photos below were taken in New York last spring. This mother sparrow raised babies in the support post that holds up a traffic light on the corner of my street in the West Village (corner of Bleecher and Bank Streets) in Manhattan. The photos speak for themselves; click to enlarge to see babies.