Siskin and others

Photo by Chris Bosak A pine siskin perches on a log in New England, November 2020.

I never did post this photo of a siskin that visited a few weeks ago. It showed up on the same day that the purple finch did. The finch stayed for only about an hour, while this siskin remained for a few days before disappearing. Here’s the story regarding those visits.

Here are a few more recent shots from this fall …

Photo by Chris Bosak A red-bellied woodpecker perches on a log in New England, November 2020.

Photo by Chris Bosak A dark-eyed junco perches on a log in New England, November 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak A trio of blue jays perches on a log in New England, November 2020.
Photo by Chris Bosak A pine siskin perches on a log in New England, November 2020.

1 thought on “Siskin and others

  1. I had a spate of Pine Siskins last week but they have moved on. The red breasted nuthatches are still here, 3-4 by their appearances at my feeders. The usual assortment of woodpeckers, hairy downy, and red breasted. The sap suckers have migrated but I still hear the pileated call in the woods. Bonus for the past week 12 turkeys, one ruffed grouse, and a broad shouldered hawk in the field we created. We even spotted a male ring necked pheasant on a nearby farm last weekend.

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