Here’s a Green-tailed Towhee passing through my yard.
Pinyon Jays are found in arid pinyon-juniper forest areas, as well as yellow pine wood areas in the western U.S. Their distinct markings are a short tail, spiked bill, and blue all over. They are very social birds, rarely seen solo. They feed on mostly pinyon pine seeds. Here is one of many I saw… Read More PINYON JAY
An American Robin walking around the grass looking for worms.
The American Kestrel is the smallest and most common falcon in North America. They are around nine inches tall with a wingspan of about 22 inches. Their most distinguishing feature is two narrow, vertical black facial markings on each side of the head. American Kestrels are found in many habitats such as grasslands, meadows, deserts,… Read More AMERICAN KESTREL