Saturday, December 4, 2010

Saturday Series: Songbirds of Westham Island

Red-breasted Nuthatch

Red-Winged Blackbird

Northern flicker

Fox Sparrow

Black-capped Chickadee

Spotted Towhee

Golden-crowned Sparrow

Song Sparrow

Cedar Waxwing


  1. Oh Wow, really nice images. We had a RB Nuthatch in our yard a few weeks back. First one I ever saw, and only got a shot of it flying right at me on the way out! I was going to go there today, but got tied up with Christmas lights!

  2. If you take the west trail, take black oil sunflower seeds with you. About midway, just past the first platform feeders, there are two young Red-breasted Nuthatches that will feed from your hand. You will hear them before you see them. Really thrilling :)

  3. Fantastic, crisp, clear images! Love them all, especially the flicker, towhee and Fox Sparrow photographs. Wonderful post!