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Woodhouse’s Scrub-Jay

Woodhouse’s Scrub-Jay, Sandia Heights, New Mexico, United States

Bewick’s Wren

I saw this Bewick’s Wren singing its heart out in Bellingham, Washington in late August.

Bewick’s Wren

A Bewick’s Wren in Bellingham, Washington at the end of August of this year.

Red-tailed Hawk and House Finch

Love capturing this beautiful Red-tailed hawk in flight with this little finch just as the sun was setting.

Woodhouse’s Scrub-Jay

Woodhouse’s Scrub-Jay in my backyard in the Sandia Heights in Albuquerque, NM.

Carolina Wren

A Carolina Wren clings to a broken tree branch with its sharp, strong feet embedded on and into the bark.

Eurasian Wren

In Taiwan, the Eurasian Wrens are taxonomized to be an endemic subspecies. They live in high elevation areas, often hiding in the bushes. This one … Read More “Eurasian Wren”

House Finch

This male House Finch found our oriole feeder today, and he and his mate were investigating the tall shrubs in our yard as well. I … Read More “House Finch”

Carolina Wren

An angular position captures the spunkiness and unique lean that this Carolina Wren has assumed while perched on a branch.