Busy day at the feeder (in photos)

Photo by Chris Bosak A tufted titmouse looks into a cup for peanuts in New England, February 2020.

For a cold February day, it’s been a pretty good day at the feeder. In all, 14 species showed up already and it’s not even noon. The pileated woodpecker was in the side yard, not at the feeders. I took the photo through a dirty, hence the poor quality. Here’s some photographic evidence of the busy day:

Photo by Chris Bosak A dark-eyed junco finds seeds on a deck in New England, February 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak A blue jay grabs a peanut from a deck railing in New England, February 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak A Carolina wren visits a suet feeder in New England, February 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak A white-breasted nuthatch rests on a deck railing in New England, February 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak A pileated woodpecker clings to a tree in New England, February 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak A red-bellied woodpecker visits a suet feeder in New England , February 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak A black-capped chickadee in New England, February 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak Eastern bluebirds visit a backyard feeder for mealworms in New England, Feb. 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak An American goldfinch perches on a clothesline in New England, February 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak A downy woodpecker visits a suet feeder in New England, February 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak An eastern bluebird visits a backyard feeder for mealworms in New England, Feb. 2020.

2 thoughts on “Busy day at the feeder (in photos)

  1. What a wonderful array of birds. You certainly made good use of Leap Year Day!
    I’m indoors with a bad head cold & these picture have cheered me up.
    Best Susan

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