The birds are back in town. Back in toooooowwwwwwnnn. (I hate that damn song.) Anyway, here’s what’s been flying (and walking) around lately.

Turkeys…

…nuthatches…

…chickadees…

…woodpeckers…

 …common redpolls…

…mourning doves…

…geese…

 …and dark-eyed juncos.

Yes. I have been sitting in my living room taking pictures of birds for the past two weeks. By early May I’ll have to take the feeder down so a bear doesn’t get into it again, so until then, it’s a free-for-all out there. 
See you later!

2 thoughts on “The Birds of Spring”

  1. Love your bird pictures. Recognized them all, but the common redpoll. I've never seen one. Where do the turkeys go during your winter? Do they fly?

    Our birds are quite happy that it's springtime and I'm thrilled that a redheaded woodpecker has returned after many years. At least, this is the first year I've seen one in way too long.

    1. Turkeys do fly, and it is the weirdest thing you will ever see in your life. They look way too big to ever get off the ground. But they stick around during the winter, they don't migrate or anything. For whatever reason, I just don't see them much in the colder months.

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