Now that spring has arrived and bugs are in greater abundance, there is less of a frenzy at the feeders. Still, it seems like each day there is a steady stream of visitors to enjoy. Here are a dozen birds that dropped by over the last twenty four hours.
I thought the winter residents (Waxwings, White-throated Sparrows, and Yellow-rumped Warblers) would be gone by now. Perhaps they heard that the north is still chilly and decided to linger longer in the warmer weather. I am doing my best to convince them to stay!
14 thoughts on “The Daily Dozen”
Wow! Impressive shots 🙂
Thanks so much!
I so enjoy your posts! Beautiful shots. Thank you so much for identifying and sharing them.❀
I am glad you enjoy seeing them because I certainly enjoy posting them!
Is the Cowbird a migrant who has returned for spring Kathy?
They are suppose to be here all year long, but I tend to see them in large numbers when spring rolls around. Same as the Red-winged Blackbirds.
Terrific photos, as always, Kathy!
We are still chilly here in the north and the birds have dropped off here, too. I am anxiously awaiting spring migration to begin. Then things will really get busy again!
You will be saying “hello” to some of the birds that I am sorry to see leave here. At least I know they will be in good company, 🙂
Beautiful photos as usual, Kathy! 🙂 I especially love how the waxwing’s pose is so regal. 🙂
He does look regal, doesn’t he? But with an air of mystery…sort of like Zorro. 🙂
Nice photos! We don’t see Cedar Waxwings often where I live in Costa Rica. Are they an usual sighting over there?
They are winter residents here in the Southern U.S. It is always a treat when they show up! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.
What a wonderful collection of birds you have there! Enjoy them!
Your photos are really captivating, Kathy!
Thanks! And I truly do enjoy them.
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