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  1. Piney

    Piney

    Pine Siskin ( I love their scientific name )
  2. So sleek and beautiful

    So sleek and beautiful

    Cedar Waxwing a medium-sized, sleek bird with a large head, short neck, and short, wide bill. Waxwings have a crest that often lies flat and droops over the back of the head. The wings are broad and pointed, like a starling's. The tail is fairly short and square-tipped.
  3. Another arrival

    Another arrival

    Dark-eyed Junco Also considered as New World sparrows. Adults generally have gray heads, necks, and breasts, gray or brown backs and wings, and a white belly, but show a confusing amount of variation in plumage details
  4. In a singing mood

    In a singing mood

    Red-winged Blackbird
  5. And they deserted me

    And they deserted me

    A follow-up to yesterday's image
  6. Fly Over

    Fly Over

    Hooded Merganser
  7. Look who arrived

    Look who arrived

    Eastern Meadowlark, one of my favorite migrators. Eastern Meadowlarks are chunky, medium-sized songbirds with short tails and long, spear-shaped bills
  8. A great time spent at a local Swamp

    A great time spent at a local Swamp

    Red-winged Blackbird (Male) Quite a few so probably another one tomorrow ;) The common name for the red-winged blackbird is taken from the mainly black adult male's distinctive red shoulder patches, or epaulets, which are visible when the bird is flying or displaying.[22] At rest, the male also...
  9. Sipping Kinglet

    Sipping Kinglet

    A tiny bird seemingly overflowing with energy, the Ruby-crowned Kinglet forages almost frantically through lower branches of shrubs and trees.
  10. White-eyed this time

    White-eyed this time

    White-eyed Vireo song #1 A busy bird of the thickets, most common in the southeast.
  11. Surprised the he*l out of me

    Surprised the he*l out of me

    Seaside Sparrow - A very endangered species. Thank God my backyard has a marsh in the back of it. I saw one several years ago.
  12. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

  13. Out on its own

    Out on its own

    Immature Mute Swan fly by. The mute swan is a very large white water bird. It has a long S-shaped neck and an orange bill with a black base and a black knob.
  14. So dang handsome

    So dang handsome

    Male Baltimore Oriole
  15. Who can resist that facial pose

    Who can resist that facial pose

    Baltimore Oriole (Male)
  16. Look what stopped by

    Look what stopped by

    Ovenbird. The Ovenbird gets its name from its unique nest, which looks like a domed oven. Be prepared cause I got a few good shots of it's visit :)
  17. One of my blue-eyed beauties

    One of my blue-eyed beauties

    An immature Brown Thrasher before their eyes turn yellow,
  18. White-throated Sparrow

    White-throated Sparrow

    Although the White-throated Sparrow is still widespread and common, with an estimated 10-20 million pairs range-wide, they are declining through much of their breeding range. The oldest recorded White-throated Sparrow was at least 14 years, 11 months old, when it was recaptured and rereleased...
  19. Blends right in

    Blends right in

    Red-shouldered Hawk According to Google "The red-hawk reflects a greater intensity of energy at play within your life. It reflects an intensity of physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual forces. This bird is the catalyst, stimulating hope and new ideas."
  20. A wee bit early

    A wee bit early

    Yellow-bellied Sapsucker They don't usually arrive until late Sept or early Oct and there are 2 males here now.
  21. A fly by

    A fly by

    Male Ruby-throated Hummingbird
  22. So very sad to see

    So very sad to see

    House Finch This is the third time I've seen a house finch like this over the last few years so now i'm wondering could it be the same one and surviving that atrocious beak
  23. Let me come home mom

    Let me come home mom

    Juvie Red-bellied Woodpecker
  24. Let me know..

    Let me know..

    When you've had enough of these guys ;) Red-headed Woodpecker
  25. And landed

    And landed

    Red-headed Woodpecker The landing spot of my take off image from last night.
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