Monday, November 4, 2019

Another bright morning

A quick tour this morning of the gardens and the new lawn proved quite productive. The White-throated and Song Sparrows



posed nicely, and the Field Sparrow at the end of the upper garden at least allowed a photograph:


The new lawn was quite busy: Myrtle Warbler, Juncos, and two rather early Fox Sparrows:

Stopping in the woods next to the parking area produced a Golden-crowned Kinglet and this Brown Creeper (maybe the hardest to photograph of all birds):


Saturday, November 2, 2019

A bright morning

Seasonably bright and chilly! First birds at the park was a small group of Red-winged Blackbirds ...


The far corner of the upper garden was busy: Field  Sparrow, Hermit Thrush, and this Orange-crowned Warbler


There and elsewhere, lots of Song Sparrows, Swamp Sparrows, Juncos, ... the usual suspects. Overhead, this Cooper's Hawk.