Common Loons are not ducks, they are a considered a water bird of their own classification. They are large birds that live on wooded lakes while breeding, they have distinct black above and white below bodies with a checkerboard back, white striped neck, red eyes, and pointy black bill. They are brownish during non-breeding season.… Read More COMMON LOON
Here is a Lesser Goldfinch hanging out in my garden sunflowers.
June 21-27 is Pollinator Week. Pollinators move pollen, which fertilizes plants to make fruit, seeds, and new plants. Celebrate the many pollinators this week, which include bugs, birds, and bats. Pictured clockwise are a female Broad-tailed Hummingbird, Honeybee, Melissa Blue butterfly, and a Common Looper Moth.
Welcome Summer! Make sure you stay hydrated in the heat. Here are three female finches at the bird bath… House Finch, Lesser Goldfinch, and a Pine Siskin.