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Bird Blog:  April 3-9, 2005

April 8-9

Yet another male Northern Cardinal A second visit from a Chipping Sparrow to the feeder This Hermit Thrush made several tries to land on the suet feeder in the front yard without success, but did give the place a thorough look-see, landed on the ground, and again looked the place over.

 

This Tufted Titmouse was determined to elude me, looking right, then left, then looking to the rear, then taking the big leap.

April 7

Hermit Thrush, Eno River State Park, Fews Ford Access Chipping Sparrow, Durham, at the rear birdfeeder

April 6

American Crow, Asheboro, NC.  This very tame crow was patrolling the picnic area near the NC Zoo entrance. Killdeer, Asheboro, NC, same location as the crow.  This is supposed to be a very common bird, but this was the first one I've ever seen. Same bird

April 5

Yellow-bellied Woodpecker Same bird Tufted Titmouse, Durham, cracking open seed Tufted Titmouse, Durham.  This is one of the first to discover the front yard birdfeeder. Male Northern Cardinal, Durham.  I snapped this right outside the front window. Same bird

April 4

Male Northern Cardinal This Carolina Wren appeared at my window upstairs, on the other side of a window screen. Another male Northern Cardinal Male Eastern Bluebird

April 3

The Carolina Wren is back and the Tufted Titmice and Carolina Chickadees are very active in my back yard.  But now we have more American Goldfinches, too.  The Brown Thrasher's breeding range and year-round range meet in this general area.

Chipping Sparrow, in a wooded area in Durham Female House Sparrow, found occupying a birdhouse intended for Eastern Bluebirds by Wild Birds Unlimited store Possibly a Cliff Swallow, one of a group that spent most of their time flying around a part of the Raleigh Fairgrounds American Robin at Raulston Arboretum, Raleigh Tufted Titmouse at birdfeeder Male American Goldfinch at birdfeeder.  Plumage is practically all yellow

 

Carolina Wren at birdfeeder Same bird Carolina Chickadee, American Goldfinch, and unknown species of bird at birdfeeder

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