European Starling Eating Suet!
European Starlings have short wings for such large birds. When flying, they are said to resemble four pointed stars; hence the name.
This is the first time I've seen a Starling at the suet feeder.
European Starlings are imported and therefore invasive, but I like them anyway. They have lovely iridescent coloring, for one thing.
European Starlings are brash and bold, but what is wrong with being brash and bold?
Evidently, starlings are athletic, too.
The House Sparrow is another European import.
Dark eyed Junco; an obligatory winter shot.
And of course, a magnificent male cardinal at the feeder.