eating all the morsels,
picking out the rubbish.

"bird"
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
The chatty neighborhood birds were out in force this morning, and a cute male Downy Woodpecker visited the suet feeder on my deck. I’d never seen one before, and his tummy was so… *downy*, I thought he could be a baby Pileated or Northern Flicker, which I see fairly often. But he’s just the littlest woodpecker in North America.
Learned something new today! Thanks, Nature!

The chatty neighborhood birds were out in force this morning, and a cute male Downy Woodpecker visited the suet feeder on my deck. I’d never seen one before, and his tummy was so… *downy*, I thought he could be a baby Pileated or Northern Flicker, which I see fairly often. But he’s just the littlest woodpecker in North America.

Learned something new today! Thanks, Nature!

Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Fluffy bushtit! (That’s a kind of bird, not a dirty word.)
This little guy was perched in Seattle’s Central District neighborhood and snapped by Clare of today’s new favorite blog, Bird Word Girl.

Fluffy bushtit! (That’s a kind of bird, not a dirty word.)

This little guy was perched in Seattle’s Central District neighborhood and snapped by Clare of today’s new favorite blog, Bird Word Girl.

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