Busy Birdfeeders

Our birdfeeders have been busy this winter.  We’ve attracted old favorites and a few new species.  The Dark Eyed Junco.


Dark Eyed Junco ©SHP 2018-0180.jpg

The Yellow Finch, an old favorite but we saw Red Finches this winter too.


Yellow Finch ©SHP 2018-0183.jpg


Red Finch ©SHP 2018-0192.jpg

The Tufted Titmouse is a regular but the Marsh Sparrow is new.


Tufted Titmouse ©SHP 2018-0279.jpg


Marsh Sparrow ©SHP 2018-0204.jpg

I was thrilled that the Red Bellied Woodpecker was calmer this year.  I saw him last year but wasn’t able to get a photo.  He’s a little more relaxed this year.


Red Bellied Woodpecker ©SHP 2018-0230.jpg

And my personal favorite, the Cardinal.


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The chick-a-dee’s are beginning to inspect the birdhouses so I know spring is here!  But I need to prevent the snakes from eating the baby birds – – – it’s happened before and I don’t want it to happen again!!  If you have any ideas to deter the snakes please share in the comments!  I’d appreciate any advice.  (and if I’ve mis-labeled a bird please let me know)

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