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  1. A close up

    A close up

    Yellow-rumped Warbler not showing it's rump :) In summer, both sexes are a smart gray with flashes of white in the wings and yellow on the face, sides, top of head and rump. Males are very strikingly shaded; females are duller and may show some brown.
  2. Pine Siskin

    Pine Siskin

    Pine Siskins are very small songbirds with sharp, pointed bills and short, notched tails
  3. Red-Eyed Vireo

    Red-Eyed Vireo

    Red-eyed Vireos are large, chunky vireos with a long, angular head, thick neck, and a strong, long bill with a small but noticeable hook at the tip. The body is stocky and the tail fairly short. RELATIVE SIZE Slightly larger than a Yellow Warbler; slightly smaller than a Tufted Titmouse...
  4. Loves that Peanut Butter

    Loves that Peanut Butter

    Brown Creeper Brown Creepers are tiny yet lanky songbirds. They have long, spine-tipped tails, slim bodies, and slender, decurved bills.
  5. Caught in the Setting Sun

    Caught in the Setting Sun

    Male Baltimore Oriole & my 4,000 Gallery image ;)
  6. American Bald Eagle

    American Bald Eagle

    I did not expect to come across this beauty today. Apparently, I did not see it on the other side of the Lake. "During the 1970s, bald eagles were seriously endangered. ... The bald eagle has been the national emblem of the United States since 1782. ... When it comes to sight, eagles have two...
  7. My Hermie

    My Hermie

    Hermit Thrushes have a chunky shape similar to an American Robin, but smaller.
  8. Female Baltimore Oriole

    Female Baltimore Oriole

    Fond of fruit and nectar as well as insects
  9. American Robin.   So many around even with the cold weather around us.

    American Robin. So many around even with the cold weather around us.

    American Robins are fairly large songbirds with a large, round body, long legs, and fairly long tail.
  10. Male Pileated Woodpecker

    Male Pileated Woodpecker

    The largest Woodpecker in North America and, of course, one of my favorites
  11. Male Baltimore Oriole

    Male Baltimore Oriole

    Unlike robins and many other fruit-eating birds, Baltimore Orioles seem to prefer only ripe, dark-colored fruit
  12. Another Nuthatch Image

    Another Nuthatch Image

    Still the one I photographed a few days ago but probably not an irruption that I was hoping for
  13. A Smiling Woodpecker

    A Smiling Woodpecker

    That's what it looks like to me ;)
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