how about a group about the different birds that come into our gardens?
Latest Activity: Nov 25
Cute bird on your lovely dogwood, Arden, I thought it was a robin but it's good to hear the confirmation. We don't have those here, so I was just guessing. Fun pic!
Here are a couple of pics from my garden (Scottsdale, Arizona, USA) this week. I'm not exactly sure what these cute little birds are (some locals call them "wild canaries"), so if you know, don't be shy. They come in small cute groups and are feasting on the tons and tons of seed from the Oenothera biennis plants in my garden. I hope you'l take a quick look and enjoy.
Finally we're back to absolutely gorgeous weather here after a long hot summer. Now's the real beginning of our easy 8-9 month easy gardening season. I've been planting tomatoes, zucchini, eggplants, and basil for autumn and winter harvesting. Happy birding all!
I agree. I tried to Id it on several sites, the conclusion was ROBIN. Thank you.
Arden,I'm thinking it is a baby Robin
It is a Robin, they love berries pretty picture
Can anyone identify this bird. Several of them were eating the red berries on my dogwood tree this am. I thought they were young Robins at first.
Nice pictures, Grant and Doris.
I'm loving all of the pics lately, keep them coming! Super cute hummingbird, Doris.
It's a cool (for here, LOL, 77 F) rainy morning in Scottsdale, Arizona. I noticed this hawk on the roof who set down his bird kill (on the other side of the peak of the roof) for a few minutes to enjoy a nice long rain bath. I loved watching him stretch, fluff, and angle his wings to get a good soaking. If anyone has a definitive ID on him, please post it. I was wondering if he was a Harris hawk, or maybe a red tail hawk? Either way, nature is wonderful. Happy gardening and happy bird watching all!
I have hummers visiting my feeders and got some pics. As usual with my camera, not so great, but enjoy anyway!
I have no idea why but in the summer I get doves and blue jays mostly then in spring and fall that's when I get finches, cardimals, house finches etc. Maybe birds don't like our 3 diget temps
I was watching these young sparrows playing on the patio this morning...just like little kids, playing around and pulling on plants...This picture they are playing in the cigar plant...
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