|Bluebirds beware of watchful raptors in Winter|
My observations started with a BIG great-horned owl on November 2, and this bird was in flight. It made an appearance out of one tall treelike, flew across a large field at dusk, and then made an acrobatic move to land on a perch limb on another tall tree on opposite treeline. Rare sighting!
The first flock of goldfinches flitted through my yard on November 26, visiting a $3 bell-shaped seed feeder that I was testing out for the first time. Well worth the investment! Ha ha ha.
Other sightings include dove, cardinal, blue jay, tufted titmouse, Carolina chickadee, downy woodpecker, red-bellied woodpecker, white-berated nuthatch, chipping sparrow, Carolina wren, bluebird, white-throated sparrow, great blue heron and Canada goose.
To view my latest birding journal observations click on September / October 2017.
To view past Birding Journal Observations for Nov. / Dec. click on 2016 -2015 - 2014 - 2013- 2012 - 2011 - 2010