A pair of House Finches (Carpodacus mexicanus) perced on a branch of the Empress tree.
Here’s one from the critter cam! A black morph Grey Squirrel! She is a daily visitor to our feeders where we always make sure that there’s some peanuts out for her. Three of her offspring also come over and it becomes quite entertaining watching them chase each other around the yard! Check out those claws! If you look close you can see our house reflected in her eyes!
This pretty little Pine Siskin (Spinus pinus) is sitting on a shephards hook in our garden. It’s all puffed up against the cold. Letting those feathers do there job, keeping it warm!
A Brown-headed Cowbird (Molothrus ater) here perched in a flowering bush, resplendant in his shiny Spring plumage.
Here’s a Grey Grey Squirrel. We don’t see many of these guys anymore, as the Blacks are taking over the gene pool. This guy is soaking wet with the rain, but it doesn’t seem to bother him much. He has a good supply of seeds to keep his energy up!
Here’s a Critter for a change.
A black morph of a Grey Squirrel at the bird bath in our garden with a backdrop of BlueBells.
I got a new toy today, in the form of a Nikon P900. This is one of the first shots. So far, so good!
A Common Crow high in a tree, calling and calling!