I love when Dark-eyed Juncos come to visit for the Winter months.
They really add something speical to the garden~
I am linking up with Stewart at:
Wild Bird Wednesday
Of course we cannot forget the wee little Carolina, or Black-capped Chickadees.
I never can tell the difference...can you?
I have mistakingly at times, called them Purple Finches, when they were House Finches, and vise versa.
I am thinking that these are the House Finches~
I can hear the voice of the Eastern Towhee all year round, but they are great at hiding and so Winter is when I can see them more often than not.
This is a female~
Sadly Mourning Doves are taken more than any other bird from our garden, and yard...
they are so beautiful~
And what kind of rare bird is this, you may ask...cahem a little varment...
A Gray Squirrel has made a trip to the ground and carried a large, pretty hefty Hedgeapple up into the tree.
It had taken several over the week and ate them atop our Bat house, once he got the thing up high enough to enjoy~