Keith Kridler, Texas

Back yard birds

February 1, 2011

Categories: General, Non-Daffodil

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Up on the wooden feeder you have a male Northern Cardinal on the right side and the female on the left. On the branch right at the top of the wooden feeder that is a Carolina Chickadee.
The larger bird on the wood plank is a Mourning Dove. There are half a dozen White Throated Sparrows, a few male and female Junco’s and right at the bottom of the post for the wood feeder is an American Goldfinch.
I could not get the chickadee and the female Red Bellied Woodpecker in the photos at the same time. The woodpecker would drop down on the ground everytime the chickadee flew off.
We will probably feed about 50 pounds of Cracked Corn tomorrow if the big flocks of blackbirds stick around all day. The blackbirds in the other photos were just a few from the bigger flock.
If the winds die down overnight I will open up a window in the morning on the front/north side of the house for some photos.

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