Let’s see, am I a Bird Feeder? The photos and video below should give the answer.
Downy Woodpecker. Blurry since I took the picture through a glass door.
Various birds at the seed and suet feeders, in the snow.
Top: Townsend’s Warbler. This is one of my very favorite pictures I took of him. He looks like a little bandit, with his black mask.
Bottom: Varied Thrush. They are ground-feeding carnivores, so I don’t strictly “feed” them, they just avail themselves of the worms and insects in the yard. See the insect in his beak?
Chestnut-backed Chickadee in the tree near the seed feeder.
Black-capped Chickadee. We get flocks of both kinds.
Yep, I think I’m a #Bird Feeder. We also get Juncos, Rufous-sided Towhees, common wrens, and the occasional Black-headed Grosbeak. I’m thinking of setting up a webcam in one or both of our vine maple trees, so I can get better pictures without the glass door in the say.
Here’s the Link to Terri’s Original Post.