The determined bird gets the seed
Cedar Waxwings, strip your bushes of berries, drink your birdbaths dry
Our local birds look a bit worried, or at least hungry
This is a problem that the birds that visit our birdfeeders do not usually have to worry about. Seeing snowflakes is rare enough in this part of the country. A couple of days ago we were treated with enough snow to leave a couple of inches on the ground, and quite a few upset birds. As it stands today, the last few sheltered patches of snow in the shade are losing their fight and are melting away.
Permanent residents, seen in larger groups during cooler months
A local pond reflects the colors of fall
Male and Female just took a bath
One of several butterflies plentiful in the Fall
We miss them when they are on their southern vacation.
Deer can be cute when they are not eating your garden
This Cooper’s Hawk has the wrong idea about our birdfeeder
The goal of our birdfeeder is not to provide a buffet for this Cooper’s Hawk.