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Posted November 1, 2020
Got cut off by these 2 on my walk this morning...
in Help Me Identify a North American Bird
This bird was hanging out eating sunflower seeds at the feeder. My first thought was House or Purple but the yellow has me totally confused. Taken this morning in Warren County, South Central, Kentucky. Thanks
Posted November 1, 2020
Edited November 1, 2020 by Jodi Nielson
This beauty stopped by the house for coffee this morning, in Warren County, South Central Kentucky. Thanks
Posted October 17, 2020
Thanks @The Bird Nuts. I guess his head didn't look right.
I was going through some older pictures and came across this one. It was taken in June 2019 in Bowling Green KY. Thanks
Posted October 16, 2020
@The Bird Nuts You are amazingly talented--that's beautiful. My Dad could paint, but neglected to pass that particular gene along to me.
@Seanbirds Thanks. I was down in South Florida visiting my Mom and stopped in a park that had a ton of Burrowing Owls. Usually they are posted around their nest sites and I don't think I'd ever seen one up in a tree. But there he was. And this is the pose he gave me when I started taking his pic. Cracked me up.
Posted October 15, 2020
Watched this pair of Northern Flickers circling this tree. They were not being very cooperative about posing. lol
Posted October 14, 2020
Dang it, I couldn't decide. lol Some Blackpolls have been seen in the area so I was hoping. Thanks @blackburnian
Taken this afternoon in Bowling Green, KY. This is the only pic I was able to get. Is this a Blackpoll Warbler? Thanks....
Posted October 12, 2020
Yellow-billed Cuckoo stopped by the yard today.
Posted October 8, 2020
Just curious about what's going on with the tail feathers?
Thanks @akandula. That's another lifer...and, along with the Blue-headed Vireo are new to the yard list too!
Yay! I got one right!! lol Lifer! Thanks
Walked out on the deck this afternoon and the trees were alive with activity so I grabbed the camera. Quite a few Yellow-rumped Warblers, a Blue-headed Vireo (a lifer if I'm correct on the ID) and the dreaded "yellow" ones--they all look the same and they all look different. So, once again, asking for help and going book shopping tomorrow...Thanks
After having a discussion in another topic about never seeing Cedar Waxwings, the very next day I saw a tree top full of them. This one, however, decided to make a stop in my yard.
Taken this afternoon in Bowling Green, KY.
Posted October 5, 2020
Did it look like this? This is a juvenile Rose-breasted Grosbeak.
Posted September 27, 2020
@Kevin That would be amazing to see. But nope, not here, at least not on my street, which is woods and pasture land. I never seen more than 1 at a time, and only on 3 separate occasions.