We had a newcomer at the bird feeder today. And for the life of me, I cannot determine who it is. I know it's not the best shot in the world, but can anyone help identify this one? Thanks much!!
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Wow, that was fast, and thank you very much!! Apparently, they are not seen here in Indiana too often. Hope to keep this one around for a bit, that's for sure!!
I just posted on the other thread, I saw a pair today at our feeders this morning!! I had never seen one before, but I knew we are suppose to have them here. We have moved from suburban area to more rural area and I am loving it. Deer, birds, raccoons ect.
Nanny, aren't they a welcome surprise? This is the first time I've ever seen one and was so thrilled when I saw it because it is such a pretty bird. And, they seem to be very patient. This one waited forever on a branch above the feeder for its turn to eat.
It's great to see and enjoy the wildlife, isn't it? :)
I could sit and watch the birds , squirrels, chipmunks all day long! Don't want to ever live "in town" again!!
Well, I was just looking at the feeder this morning and it looks like there are two males now. Maybe they'll stay for the summer!
I have one visiting my feeder. I had never seen one before and almost fell out when I saw it. He stays at the feeder for a long time, so you really can get a good look at him.Sure do wish he'd hang around. I also saw three females. Beth
I saw my first one ever 3-4 days ago, (male) patiently waiting on a branch near the feeders. They have SUCH dramatic coloration!
Nanny_56; Welcome to the country. It just keeps getting better. It's the ole "The more you see - the more you know, the more you know - the more you see." Enjoy. :)