The epidemic of disease that has been affecting birds up and down the east coast of the U.S. has ended, so there’s a pretty good chance we’ll start to see our bigger birds again. Soon, I hope. Meanwhile, we have a lot of small birds who usually don’t get as much time at the feeder as they are getting right now.

Storming Goldfinch
There is another bird behind him. There are water drops on his wings.

The first two pictures were taken during hurricane Henri; the next two this morning.

Categories: Anecdote, birds, Goldfinch, Photography, Tufted-Titmouse

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