Today was birdwatching bliss. I had several visitors beyond the normal chickadees and nuthatches.
A spotted towhee scratching his way through the understory.
The blue jay seems to know when I fill the feeders.
This crow has been hanging out for a month. I call him Berserker, as he is very gruff.
I am intrigued with the eye color of the towhee.
This black headed grosbeak comes back every year with his mate.
Juncos are here year around, but it was a pretty picture and I wanted to share it.
One of my favorite birds is the chipping sparrow. They are always so chipper.
This isn't the best photo of a house finch, but I had to fit him in as he wandered by.
Everyone working to clean up the seeds under the feeder.
A cowbird couple always swing by in the spring. Here is the female. I have yet to see the male.
That was my evening of birdwatching. It is always interesting in the sprig to see who swings by.