This past Tuesday we had at least five blue jays at the feeder. When I started processing the photos, I discovered that at least one of them was banded.

White-breasted nuthatches have been regular visitors all year long, but until this week I haven’t been able to get a decent photograph of them.

The pine grosbeaks returned for a visit this afternoon. Three males (one shown here) and one female.

Two American tree sparrows visited the feeder today: the first time we spotted and identified this apparently common species.

It’s snowing this morning, but that didn’t stop a small squadron of Common Redpolls from stopping by the feeder.

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uuuh, look at this gorgeous thread of bird pictures above 😍
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