Here’s a little fellow who has been here before, but not often. An adult Pacific Bewick’s Wren (Thryomanes bewickii).
Here are four little House Sparrow fledglings! (Passer domesticus). Their Dad introduced them to the suet feeder the other day. Since then they have been regular customers! Where one goes the all go!
An intergrade Northern Flicker enjoying the suet at one of our feeders. It’s called an intergrade because it has features of both a Yellow-shafted Northern Flicker and a Red-shafted Northern Flicker.
A lonely Bush Tit. This little guy must have got separated from it’s family. They are generally not solitary birds.
This little character is fond of our brand of Suet we feed the birds!
I want to say, I love his shit eating grin, but don’t know if I can say that here!!