Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Fall Feeder Action

Cute Husband went on a bird feeder binge last week in hopes of attracting some new yard birds.


I love that man! He brings home the best goodies!




A larger thistle feeder, a peanut feeder and tons of bird food!



An irruption of winter finches from Canada's northern parts are being reported at feeders not too far from our love nest.



Now with a total of 9 feeders filled to the brim with a variety of bird treats, the yard is bustling with winter bird action.




A Pine Siskin could come in for a snack at any time.

Or, perhaps, a Common Redpoll might drop by for lunch.

Who knows? Maybe a White-winged Crossbill might pop by for supper.






In the meantime....

White-breasted Nuthatch getting a peanut fix

Goldfinches enjoying some thistle.






White-breasted Nuthatch hanging out on the thistle feeder





Carolina Wren working the peanut feeder.

2 comments:

Michael in DC said...

Warren:

Once again, nice job on Diane Rehm today! Love to read your birding adventures. Happy Blogiversary.

Larry said...

I hope you get the birds you hope for! I've been searching all aroud for the irruptive finches.-Finally saw a Red Crossbill yesterday.