The activity at our feeders has been varied.
Some days we have lots of birds and at other times it is too quiet.
I spent some time on Sunday afternoon sitting outside and here are some of the results.
The Dark-eyed Junco is sometimes considered a drab bird.
They are anything but drab.Take a closer look at these images.
This bird is uniformly slate grey,but notice the pink bill.
This little fellow is quite distinct.
Notice the dark hood,contrasted by the brownish back,and again that pink bill.
This is the same bird and although the picture
does not show this very well,
he had light rusty color just underneath the wings.
These two White-winged Crossbills could almost pass for love birds.
Actually they were just both drinking at the top of the waterfall.
I just had to add this picture.
A head on shot of the female White-winged Crossbill.
Take note of the shadow created by her bill.
This looks like a very long bill.
GLORIFY THE LORD WITH ME,AND LET US EXALT HIS NAME TOGETHER.