First Shots From The Brickhouse Bird Blind



Although I didn’t get to spend much time in my new backyard bird blind, I did get to spend a little and I enjoyed it.  I was just a little too close to the feeder, but I love the detail in the shots.

First up is the Red Bellied Woodpecker.  I’m pretty sure there is a nest nearby, as both parents are constantly feeding from the primary feeder.

Red Bellied Woodpecker With Nut In Mouth From Bird Blind

Red Bellied Woodpecker With Nut In Mouth From Bird Blind

Next is a Bluejay.  I thought we just had two of them as I see them bathing every day in the bird stream, but today I saw a total of three.

Blue Jay With Nut In Mouth On Feeder

Blue Jay With Nut In Mouth On Feeder

Next is the Tufted Titmouse.  We often hear these birds, but they don’t stay too long at the feeder.  They grab a nut, then head off into the trees to eat.

Tufted Titmouse About To Grab A Nut

Tufted Titmouse About To Grab A Nut

Finally we have a male Northern Cardinal.  These guys are present all year round.  They also tend to be the most patient in using the feeder.  Whereas some of the other birds tend to dominate the feeder, these guys will just wait until early evening to get their meal after everyone else has left.

Male Northern Cardinal About To Feed

Male Northern Cardinal About To Feed

Don & Kate - Very nice shots of these pretty feeder birds! You have all kinds of stuff hopping between the bird blind and the nest bixes. keep it up!

Don & KateMay 2, 2012 – 2:59 pm

texdr - it’s like my own little wildlife paradise:-)May 2, 2012 – 8:34 pm

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