Migrating Snow Geese in flight
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It appears that this new Robin 'couple' has moved into the area. I'll be watching for them.

Pair of Robins

Pair of Robins

Here's lady Cardinal again, amidst the rusty colors of Winter she almost blends in.

Lady Cardinal

Lady cardinal

A rare appearance from the male Cardinal; I hear his song more often.

Male Cardinal

Probably her mate

Again, this dove was alone while investigating the ground below the bird feeder for early morning spillage.

Lonesome Dove

Friday morning

Back again, but still no mate in sight.

Lonesome Dove

Saturday morning

This Nuthatch is a frequent visitor to the feeder.  Here he is opening a black oil sunflower seed.

Sapsucker opening sunflower seed

White-breasted Nuthatch

Ready for another seed, the Nuthatch is hesitant, noticing that I am too close for its comfort.


A wary look at the camera

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