Birds and salvia Part 2

Photo by Chris Bosak A white-breasted nuthatch eats sunflower seeds near salvia blooms in New England, September 2020.

As promised, here are a few more shots of birds near my salvia blooms. Click here for the original post if you missed it.

Photo by Chris Bosak A tufted titmouse eats sunflower seeds near salvia blooms in New England, September 2020.

Photo by Chris Bosak A blue jay eats sunflower seeds near salvia blooms in New England, September 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak A downy woodpecker eats sunflower seeds near salvia blooms in New England, September 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak A white-breasted nuthatch eats sunflower seeds near salvia blooms in New England, September 2020.

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