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The day was brighter but still breezy yesterday.  I partially refilled the bird feeder as I am very low on seed.  The smaller birds did not mind the quarter-filled feeder at all.  I saw a few House Finches, a Tufted Titmouse and a pair of the nuthatches.  This series of pictures today is on one of the White-breasted Nuthatches that came to the bird feeder in the afternoon.  They are intelligent and interesting little birds.

The White-breasted Nuthatches are nearly woodpecker-like in looks and behavior.  Perhaps that is why I like them so much.  As you probably know, I am really crazy for the woodpeckers.  So a pair of White-breasted Nuthatches does well as a substitute to watch when the woodpeckers fail to show up!  I took these pictures on November 8, 2012 in my yard.  Please click on the thumbnail image to see the larger picture.  Enjoy!

Comments on: "A White-breasted Nuthatch at the Feeder" (6)

  1. sweet little guys. they’ll take whatever you give them, i’m sure!

    • Hi Theresa, Yes, they like the cheap seed I now buy. Beggars cannot be choosers! Now I sure hope the European Starlings don’t start coming to the feeder. I just saw a new group here. Have a nice Saturday tomorrow and thanks for your always great comments!

  2. I really like these dears. We saw a bunch at the park today, but also have them at home. We believe it is a female who comes to our feeders. Oh, I hope the starlings move on. They can really eat up the food.

    • Hi Birding Bunch, Glad you have nuthatches. They are wonderful little birds – very amusing and “Chatty”. Have the best weekend and thanks for your insightful and interesting comments.

  3. I love the in-flight shots! We have had cold weather move in and most of the birds have stayed away, probably staying in the thick brush out of the snow, but a few chickadees and some nuthatches did come for sunflower seeds. I love to see them too!

  4. I love the cute Nuthatches, great shots of them at your feeders. I am seeing both the White-breasted and the Red-breasted Nuthatches and they are so much fun watching.

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