Birds to brighten your day: Part V

Photo by Chris Bosak Pine siskins visit a feeder in Danbury, Connecticut, fall 2018.

Here’s a species commingling shot I took last year when pine siskins were eating me out of house and home. They hang out with goldfinches a lot so I did a post (and a video) and how to tell the two species apart. Below is the link to the post, which includes the video.

(Repeat text from yesterday:) With many of us working from home or otherwise “physical distancing” as we combat COVID-19, I figured I’d start a daily series of photos showing different bird species together. Why not? Maybe it will brighten somebody’s day to see commingling bird species each morning as we’re all stuck inside.

Here’s the link to last year’s post.

Photo by Chris Bosak Pine siskins visit a feeder in Danbury, Connecticut, March 2019.

1 thought on “Birds to brighten your day: Part V

  1. I live in Cambridge, Mass. Today, on my way from Harvard to Central Square, I saw 2 couples of wild turkeys right on Mass. Ave.

    it’s not the first time we’ve seen turkeys in downtown Cambridge. There is a flock of them established in Mt. Auburn Cemetery in the extreme west end of town. We figure they probably came down the greenway bordering the Charles River and set up a colony near Harvard Square some years ago. But one can go months without seeing them, so it’s possible the colony is intermittent.

    Anyhow, it was sure fun to see them out today!

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