Spring birds

Six birds, one tree.
Robin, the bird of Spring.
Common redpoll, which is uncommon here.
Bush with black-capped chickadee.
Downy woodpecker, who pretended to be a robin.
Pileated woodpecker, in a tuxedo.
Varied thrush, up high in potato (pine) tree.
Oregon dark-eyed junco, nicest picture of the lot.

All photos taken with Nikon P610.

Bunch o’ birds

Some miscellaneous bird pictures that have been piling up in the Nikon file.

Robins. Trust me.
See? Robins.
Except this one is a varied thrush.
And this one is an Oregon dark-eyed junco.
Robins again.
I’ve got my beady little eye on thee! (Robin of course.)
Guess what?
Slate-coloured junco and his Oregon cousin.
Northern flicker pretending to be a robin.
The Robin Tree. So-named because we have had a huge number of robins this year and they like to hang out in this tree. (Look for the blobs.)