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  1. how about checking the nest to see on how many eggs, etc.... does any one do this?
  2. ok, awesome, I never knew the color difference on the redwing blackbird. Thanks alot everyone!
  3. No way it’s a red winged blackbird. I have may around and it not even black…..
  4. Looks like a song sparrow but bigger . Robin size.
  5. Yes, that is what it looks like. Here is another image. Thanks!
  6. This guy has been roosting on my front porch at night. In Beaverton, Oregon area. Looks like a Bewick's Wren?
  7. Thanks for theThats great news charlie! I looked it up and it is a possibility in the Beaverton oregon area. I have not seen one yet but next summer I will put out some orange halves in suet cages so the squirrels cannot get at them as well.
  8. sadly, i dont think I will see orioles in Oregon.
  9. Amazon.com : Birds Choice BEST8OZ Hummingbird Feeder with 8 Nectar Ports, Hummingbird Nectar Feeder, 8 oz Capacity, Red : Wild Bird Feeders : Patio, Lawn & Garden I use these - eay to clean, hummingbirds love it!
  10. In Oregon, still seeing juncos, goldfinches, House Finches, Chickadees, Nuthatch, Anna's Hummingbirds, Spotted Towhee, Eurasion Collared Doves, Mourning Doves, Song Sparrows, Gold crowned Sparrow, American Robin, Scrub Jay Stellar 's Jay, Red wing Blackbird, like all I have all summer.. New in the last few weeks - seeing Northern Flicker and Downey Woodpecker and Bushtits visiting the suet cage.
  11. cool! he sure tries to get those squirrels though. It keeps him busy. thanks
  12. yep, I realize I'm feeding all the birds now. that's when I realized that the few drops of blood I saw on top of the feeder the other week was probably remnants of dinner time for the hawk also. I think my dog would be safe though at about 18 pounds, he is a Parson Russell. The real Death from above.....
  13. Yester day I saw a coopers hawk fly into the yard. all the birds flew away instantly. he landed on the fence, started to fly away and then took a uturn to the feeder. hung onto the feeder for a second and then flew away with a bird in its talons. 5 minutes later it was back again in the tree looking for another victom. it swooped into the neighbors yard. This was exiting to see but sad for the bird....
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