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08/05/08

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A wise owl sat in an oak.
The more he saw, the less he spoke.
The less he spoke, the more he heard.
Why can't we be like that old bird?

It's party time at the bird feeder.
These guys started showing up about 3 days ago.  I think they are a House Finch.
Bill spotted this bird about a week ago.  I have not been able to identify it, so any input would be great.
This visitor came with the Red-bellied Woodpecker the other day.  I thought maybe it was a female, but after looking online I think it is a Northern Flicker
A Red-bellied Woodpecker (bad picture, but I wanted to show its red head).  Here is a better picture of it with a Chickadee.
A woodchuck (groundhog) has been visiting the squirrel feeder.  I had to take the picture from the house, because every time I try to get closer it runs away.  Here is a picture of it from the internet.
The other day I was in the house, and heard an new bird singing.  It was quite a song.  It is from a new visitor to our feeder - a house wren.  Here is a picture of the House Wren enjoying the suet block.
Mrs. Raccoon getting ready to go for a ride
A Downey Woodpecker enjoying the suet block
One of the male Goldfinch stopped by for some thistle seed 
I went to fill the corn feeder today, and when I pulled off the top I got a bit of a surprise (a chipmunk - aka ground squirrel)! 
The Goldfinch are back in the yard after being gone a while
Here is an interesting group - Cardinal, Chickadee, Woodpecker
The Woodpecker finally found his way into the feeder
These Mourning Doves have a nest at the neighbor's yard, but they come to our house to eat.
Here is a  Tufted Titmouse family having a party in the feeder.
Buck Winston
Blue Jay
Mr. Cardinal
Mr. Cowbird
Mr. Cowbird having a snack with Ms. Cardinal
Red-Bellied Woodpecker wondering why he doesn't get any suet blocks
I am not sure what this is.  A woodpecker of some sort is my guess.
     ** My sister-in-law Betsy identified the bird as a Nuthatch
Some who doesn't belong here checking if the coast is clear.
Mr. and Mrs. Tree Sparrow having a snack
 

 



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