This doesn't even look like a brown headed cowbird, but it is! These two are a first sighting for me. Too bad the pics are so bad!
I didn't know the males were so different from the females of this species.
Next is one of our cute little Red Squirrels:
This is not a good representation of him, but I do love my Blue Jays.
Although I have far too many cardinal images, I'm still showing more of them. This one's hiding from the Mockingbird in the thornbushes:
I like this one - too bad I chopped his head off!
Mr. and Mrs. Cardinal in the Cedar tree:
Can anyone identify this mystery bird? I was shooting for a hawk on a limb above him, and only saw him after I took the picture.
Maybe a size comparison with the hawk will help.
Actually, I'm not sure about the hawk, either. I think it is a Broad Winged Hawk, because I saw it flying and it's very small and thick. But maybe not!
This is a picture I took of a poor broken bird last fall. His face has been halfway eaten away, and I thought he was doomed.
But he survived!!! He is just fine! I saw him this winter and again in early spring. Pretty good, huh?
Finally, my flock of winter robins:
Aren't they cool? They stayed until mid-January or later.
And a little titmouse puffed up against the cold: