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

4 comments:

  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!

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  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 :)

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

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