The photo opportunities are less around here during the winter months.Less,but certainly not boring.
As long as the birds show up at the feeder, there is excitement.
Here are some birds which I can count on to show up at the feeder daily.
The little Red-breasted Nuthatch is a delight to watch. These guys are quite comfortable with people around and allow me to get fairly close.All but one picture in this post taken through a dirty window so some of the spots may be suet flicked against the window,by the birds.
This is one picture not taken through a window. On a warmer day,I was standing on the deck and the Black-capped Chickadee came for a drink at the heated bird bath. The wind was ruffling his feathers a bit, but that didn't seem to bother him at all.
Another visit by the Nuthatch.I'm not sure if he was trying to tell me to put the camera down,or if he was just eating the suet.
The Chickadee posed just long enough for me to get this shot.He is sitting on top of a recently placed block of suet.
The Pileated Woodpecker also makes regular visits to the suet feeder.Here I got her picture before she came to the feeder. Compared to the diminutive Nuthatch and Chickadee,this bird is huge.
Some of these pictures have been posted to Facebook before.I was "test driving" a new camera, the Panasonic Lumix FZ2500. I am quite impressed with the quality of photos it produces.
What you do today is important because you are exchanging a day of your life for it.