These 8 birds have similar interests and are congregating with each other.
They are all interested in the same thing→→→→ being fed!
Nothing much beats this recreational activity of backyard birding on a cold, cloudy day.
The last day of January......... It is the perfect month to make sure the birds are well fed, and photographed.🐦🐦🐦
The Virginia songbirds are fun to identify, especially listening to their chirps.
According to the Cornell Lab All About Birds the below photo is a Carolina Wren.
Stats include deep rusty brown above, variably warm buff below, and white throat with prominent white eye stripe. Her song is rich and loud tea-kettle tea-kettle, tea-kettle, or cheery cheery cheery.
Black surrounds his red/orange bill.
His song is LOUD and sounds like cheer cheer cheer, or purty, purty, purty.
He is singing peter, peter, peter.
He has a short, stubby bill, and a red hind-crown spot.
Check out the black cap, patch behind his eye, black wings with white spots, and white belly!
His bill is a stubbier bill than the Cassin's Finch.
His bill is slightly curved.
"Many people mistake a House Finch for a Purple Finch.
It can be touch to tell them apart.
They are about the same size and shape, but the difference is in the coloring.(The Purple Pinch is more reddish-PURPLE 😊)
The House Finch has what looks like streaking on the breast and the sides. The Purple Finch has stripes but not streaking. The House Finch has color along its eyebrow, but the entire head does not have color."
He is a beautiful bird, slightly bigger than the others, and generally noisy and bold.
Featuring black and white patches on blue wings and tail, with black bars, he usually chases the other birds away.
A weedle-eedle weedle-eedle, or jay jay jay piercing song, he is definitely shaking his feathers!
You should try it.
Look at the birds of the air...............