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KeleeEiselein

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About KeleeEiselein

  • Birthday 10/05/1972

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    North Bend OR

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  1. We are on the South Coast of Oregon and are getting several new birds at our feeders... sorry these pictures aren’t really clear but I’m hoping you all will still be able to identify this one: thank you for all your expertise and help!😁💚🔆
  2. A few times in recent weeks these tiny birds have flown into our backyard between 2-3 dozen, feed for a little bit and then fly off... we are in Coastal Southern Oregon. 85112B84-049E-4E13-ADC3-23880D7A5154.MOV
  3. We have increased our backyard bird feeding offerings in the last week and have had dozens of small and medium size birds... and then this very large raptor/hawk looking guy just landed in the fence outside my Mom’s craft room, could only snap one quick photo before it flew away... hoping it’s still enough to id!!! We are in North Bend OR, which is on the southwestern coast and we are literally in the midst of Coos Bay and the ocean on a peninsula of land, it’s late afternoon here and overcast. Thank you for your assistance and expertise, we are having so much fun with all these awesome new birds in our backyard flock!!! Kelee🦅🐦🕊
  4. Thank you, we are excited by how gorgeous he is and that we caught a couple pictures
  5. We are in Southwestern Coastal Oregon and have seen lots of beautiful migrating and local birds, but this one is new and stunning in color and beauty. Who knows what this is? Thank you for your help and expertise! Kelee
  6. Yes I actually saw it both tapping into the feeder to try to get nectar or maybe the small bugs that sometimes end up floating there? ...and also using its wings to flap away a hummingbird that had come to feed, the wing flapping was quite cute and funny to watch, wish I had been able to get video!!!
  7. Wow that’s a new one for us. We are in North Bend on the Southwestern coast of Oregon, these pictures were taken this morning in our backyard
  8. This little guy landed on the hummingbird feeder and was trying to get to the nectar. He is just larger than a hummingbird and I"m thinking might be a juvenile pine siskin as we have dozens at our feeders right now and his wing markings resemble them... but he is very pastel green/yellow on the rest of his feathers so I'm not sure. Please let me know, Kelee Eiselein
  9. We have in recent weeks seen a new flock of birds in our pine trees in the backyard. We live in North Bend, OR (Southwestern coast).In the pictures you will see this group tends to just hang out i the tree for long periods... we have several feeders of different kinds down below the green line of the trees but we can't tell if (haven't seen them) these guys have come down to feed. Thank you for your help and expertise! We are enjoying getting to know all the beautiful birds in our new area and are grateful to you all for helping us identify and get to know them better! Kelee Eiselein
  10. Awesome, thank you guys so very much... two more pictures of two additional birds, if you don’t mind! We’ve had so many beauties in our backyard in recent weeks it’s kept Mom and I busy trying to identify them all...
  11. We have recently seen robins, juncos, white crowned sparrows, house finches, chickadees and hummingbirds in our Southwestern Coastal Oregon backyard... but this is a new one I’m not sure who it is, help please... pictures posted below in comments
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