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For the Birds: Common Redpolls & more!

Cheryl

by Cheryl Baxter

Happy February!

Well, it’s been a long time since I have last posted and for that I apologize. We are still trying to sell our home and things have been very busy.

It’s been great lately with the birds in the neighbourhood!  We have been blessed with an influx of Common Redpolls and Pine Siskins amongst the usual visitors, like the Blue Jays, Downy & Hairy Woodpeckers, the Nuthatches, Junco’s and of course our wonderful little Black-capped Chickadees.

Also, I have been keeping my eye out for our Snowy Owl visitors.  I managed to spot one last week on the way home, just off the 417 and Kinburn up on a lamppost.  I did go for a drive up to the west-end of Ottawa to see the Snowy’s that are spending time there.  I spent a short while there.  I will only share one of the photo’s I snapped there.

Please take time to enjoy my recent photo shoots with my feathered friends!

~Cheryl

Blue Jay (my yard)
Blue Jay
(my yard)
Blue Jay after the ice storm (my yard)
Blue Jay after the ice storm
(my yard)
Blue Jay (my yard)
Blue Jay
(my yard)
Junco in the snow. (my yard)
Junco in the snow.
(my yard)
Junco (my yard)
Junco
(my yard)
Pine Siskin (my yard)
Pine Siskin
(my yard)
Song Sparrow (my yard)
Song Sparrow
(my yard)
Pair of Bald Eagles (Off the 29 near the Mississippi River)
Pair of Bald Eagles
(Off the 29 near the Mississippi River)
Common Redpoll (male) (my yard)
Common Redpoll (male)
(my yard)
Common Redpoll (male) during the snowfall. (my yard)
Common Redpoll (male) during the snowfall.
(my yard)
Common Redpoll (male) Eating some snow. (my yard)
Common Redpoll (male)
Eating some snow.
(my yard)
Common Redpoll (females) (my yard)
Common Redpoll (females)
(my yard)
Black-capped Chickadee (Jack Pine Trail-Nepean)
Black-capped Chickadee
(Jack Pine Trail-Nepean)
Black-capped Chickadee (Jack Pine Trail-Nepean)
Black-capped Chickadee
(Jack Pine Trail-Nepean)
Black-capped Chickadee (Jack Pine Trail-Nepean)
Black-capped Chickadee
(Jack Pine Trail-Nepean)
Snowy Owl Nepean
Snowy Owl
Nepean
Snowy Owl Nearish to Kinburn.
Snowy Owl
Nearish to Kinburn.
Snowy Owl (Highway 17 & Kinburn exit)
Snowy Owl
(Highway 17 & Kinburn exit)

 

 

 

 

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