Photography of Birds – Set # 32
Set # 32 (Local Birds)
The variety of birds is increasing, slowly but steadily. I’d love to see more woodpeckers, I’m also waiting to see any kind of hummingbirds. I don’t see many blackbirds as I used to see in previous years. They must have changed their routes going North, after their migrations. Everything is upside down lately!
Nice pics, chipping sparrow resembles russet sparrow in India
Thank you very much, B. 🙂
Awesome gallery of local birds, HJ!
Thank you, Indira. I appreciate it. 🙂
Thank you very much, Susan. 🙂
My Ruby-Throated appeared yesterday to the seacoast of NH.
I’m glad for you. Meanwhile, I’m waiting yet. I know that they’ll come! 🙂
🙂 they will and the others will follow 🙂
Such a lovely gallery of your local birds, HJ!
Thanks so much, Clare. 🙂
Good to see your Spring birds returning HJ 🙂
Thank you, Ashley. 🙂
Beautiful series, HJ! I especially love the European Starlings showing all their pretty colors! 😊
Thank you, Donna. 🙂
Excellent photos! I love the Chipping Sparrow’s pose! 😊
Thank you very much, Myriam. 🙂
I have hung a suet feeder the last couple of years. We have a family of Downy woodpeckers, a flicker, and a pair of red headeds now! The Downies are quite comical.
I had the same species of woodpeckers you had, one time or another. They all are beautiful and you’re right, the downy woodpeckers are comical, they try to hide from you behind a thin branch of a tree, then peek-a-boo from side to side. Thank you very much, 13. 🙂