Perfect End to Project FeederWatch

Croton Point Park never gets tiring.  Project FeederWatch at Croton Nature Center is always entertaining.  One more day to go, but I had to put these up today.   The birds just sit close now as they wait for me to fill the feeders.

Name that prey
Name that prey
Another view of the merlin
Another view of the merlin
My handsome red-bellied guy
My handsome red-bellied guy
and his beautiful better half
and his beautiful better half
This guy has a mate, too.  She has stuck it out at the feeders all winter.
This guy has a mate, too. She has stuck it out at the feeders all winter.
Saw Mill River Audubon signature bird, Carolina wren
Saw Mill River Audubon signature bird, Carolina wren
Don't worry, birds, I'll keep a few seeds around for you.
Don’t worry, birds, I’ll keep a few seeds around for you.

Published by Bonnie Coe

I primarily photograph eagles and peregrine falcons. I do include many other birds and some mammals.

One thought on “Perfect End to Project FeederWatch

  1. That non-native house sparrow will kill every nesting songbird parent and egg in the vicinity during breeding season. I quit allowing millet (their favorite food) in my feeder and they quit coming.

    Glorious photography!

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