Saturday, 3 November 2018

Bird feeder action: Saturday's Critters

I like my 'fat head', and spent some time stuffing his holes with bird seed! It was worth it. The woodpecker practically ignored me.


The evening grosbeaks have been visiting every afternoon!


The juvie cardinal has figured out the feeder, finally!


In the meantime, I was at the bird seed cans in the garage, and found a poor, trapped soul. The yard stick worked quite well. They don't eat much. I cannot begrudge them a feed seeds.


In the video, I just added some forest bird sounds, since I was indoors filming outside and someone was watching curling! "Hurry, hurry hard!"





Saturday's Critters #255

10 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Wow, the Evening Grosbeaks are gorgeous birds. Lucky you! A few are being seen in Maryland recently. Wonderful feeder birds and photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend. PS, thanks also for leaving a comment on my post.

Anu said...

Hello. You have so many birds in your feeder! Fantastic! Great photos!

Adam Jones said...

What a great feeding station and so many different birds. The Woodpecker markings are really nice too.

sirkkis said...

Hi Jenn!
I enjoy seeing your fascinating feathered friends. Thank you for sharing and for the lovely
video as well. What a treasure🐦
Happy week and thanks for visiting my site ❤️‼️

William Kendall said...

You've certainly got a lot of bird company!

RedPat said...

What a wonderful assortment of birds you have!

Red said...

It's that time of year when winter birds hit the feeder.

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

Love that “fat head”. I have a similar feeder, holes drilled into a post, that I fill with suet. We don’t get evening grosbeaks in our garden, wish we did.

denthe said...

Lovely to see all the different bird feeders. I love fat head! Never seen something like that, such a great idea!

Lowcarb team member said...

I like your 'fat head' too :)

So nice to see all the different birds, lovely post.

All the best Jan