Bald Eagle, Our National Bird for the Fourth of July photos by Larry Jordan
I hope everyone is enjoying the nation’s birthday. The Bald Eagle is on my yard list as a fly over but I haven’t seen one today.
I am relaxing and enjoying my yardbirds, beginning with my latest batch of Western Bluebirds that are about three weeks old.
And the adult Ash-throated Flycatchers were out gathering food for the nestlings this morning.
The Lesser Goldfinches were out at the feeders and frolicking in the water feature
and this beautiful female Anna’s Hummingbird was drinking from the waterfall
all the while House Finches were eating and singing and bringing their progeny to the party.
The White-breasted Nuthatches and Acorn Woodpeckers weren’t going to miss the fun either. They brought their entire families to celebrate, showing the kids where the best eats were located
There is nothing better than spending the day relaxing with nature and celebrating the birth of our beautiful country. I hope you are all having a great July 4th!
Yardbird list of the day:
- Western Bluebird
- Ash-throated Flycatcher
- Oak Titmouse
- Anna’s Hummingbird
- Nuttall’s Woodpecker
- Western Scrub-Jay
- Acorn Woodpecker
- Violet-green Swallow
- Black-headed Grosbeak
- House Finch
- White-breasted Nuthatch
- Mourning Dove
- California Quail
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