A Change in the Weather coming

The warmest part of the day was the earliest. Maybe that is why there were so many birds in the park today, ahead of the north wind. This was the first time this year and actually in a very long time I have seen a Great Blue Heron in the creek. All the birds of various types seemed to be gathering together in the same trees or very close to each other, almost all in the most northern area of the park with trails. There were both Downy and Red-bellied Woodpeckers.

Publicado por taogirl taogirl, 13 de janeiro de 2013, 04:57 AM

Observações

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What

Pica-Pau-Felpudo (Dryobates pubescens)

Observador

taogirl

Data

Janeiro 12, 2013

Fotos / Sons

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Picoteiro-Americano (Bombycilla cedrorum)

Observador

taogirl

Data

Janeiro 12, 2013

Descrição

The yellow tip on the tail made me think this was a Cedar Waxwing. I saw a lot more of them later in another part of the park where I could see the shape of the top of the head.

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Búteo-de-Cauda-Vermelha (Buteo jamaicensis)

Observador

taogirl

Data

Janeiro 12, 2013

Fotos / Sons

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Pica-Pau-de-Ventre-Vermelho (Melanerpes carolinus)

Observador

taogirl

Data

Janeiro 12, 2013

Descrição

male Red-bellied Woodpecker

Fotos / Sons

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taogirl

Data

Janeiro 12, 2013

Fotos / Sons

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Rolinha-Comum-da-Ásia (Zenaida asiatica)

Observador

taogirl

Data

Janeiro 12, 2013

Fotos / Sons

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Pintarroxo-Caseiro (Haemorhous mexicanus)

Observador

taogirl

Data

Janeiro 12, 2013

Descrição

Could this be a Purple Finch instead of a House Finch?

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Gaio-Azul (Cyanocitta cristata)

Observador

taogirl

Data

Janeiro 12, 2013

Fotos / Sons

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Garça-Real-Americana (Ardea herodias)

Observador

taogirl

Data

Janeiro 12, 2013

Fotos / Sons

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Pato-Real (Anas platyrhynchos)

Observador

taogirl

Data

Janeiro 12, 2013

Descrição

These ducks have moved out of the creek into this temporary pond caused by the latest rains. I wondered what it was they were finding to eat at the bottom of it.

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Tordo-Americano (Turdus migratorius)

Observador

taogirl

Data

Janeiro 12, 2013

Fotos / Sons

What

Picoteiro-Americano (Bombycilla cedrorum)

Observador

taogirl

Data

Janeiro 12, 2013

Fotos / Sons

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Graúna-d'Asa-Vermelha (Agelaius phoeniceus)

Observador

taogirl

Data

Janeiro 12, 2013

Descrição

Looks like a female Red-winged Blackbird

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