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The Rose-breasted Grosbeak is one of my favorite migrators. I typically only see them for a few days each spring and fall, so I was thrilled when this young male stopped by for a visit. He perched high in the … Continue reading
I’ve been waiting, and watching, and wondering if my favorite migrator, the Rose-breasted Grosbeak, was going to pay a visit this year. Then yesterday morning, I looked out the window and there he was! I only had a few minutes … Continue reading
Guess who made it to town? One of my favorite winter visitors, the Ruby-crowned Kinglet! If you’ve ever tried to photograph this little fellow, you know that it can be a challenge as he rarely sits still for more than … Continue reading
A blur of yellow caught my attention yesterday afternoon, and I turned to find this lovely little Warbler hiding amidst the Dogwood branches. She seemed to be as curious about me as I was about her. She came out and … Continue reading
So goodbye yellow butt birds You’ll be leaving town any day now I can’t trap you in my backyard You’re heading out of the south Obviously I had another song by Sir Elton floating around in my brain as I … Continue reading
This Scarlet Tanager stopped in for a mere moment. You never know who will show up during the spring migration.