Yardbirds ~ November 10, 2014

Townsend's Solitaire 11-10-14

Townsend’s Solitaire 11-10-14

White-breasted Nuthatch 11-10-14

White-breasted Nuthatch 11-10-14

Red-breasted Nuthatch 11-10-14

Red-breasted Nuthatch 11-10-14

Western Bluebirds, male left, and female.  11-10-14

Western Bluebirds, male left, and female or immature. 11-10-14

American Robin raiding pyracantha with  hidden western bluebird

American Robin raiding pyracantha with hidden western bluebird

Scot's Oriole 11-10-14

Scott’s Oriole 11-10-14

The best bird of the day was a female-type Baltimore Oriole – a yardbird!

perhaps a Baltimore Oriole...?

Baltimore Oriole Рfemale type.  Another awesome Jacumba bird!

 

Today was a pretty good day for birding my yard  in Jacumba.

Besides the birds pictured, I found red-naped sapsucker, red-breasted sapsucker, cedar waxwing(8) hermit thrush (2), budgerigar, sharp-shinned hawk and pine siskin(7).

One thought on “Yardbirds ~ November 10, 2014

  1. Kris Dunlap

    I just saw your report of the Brown Thrasher not being seen since 11/7. I am from the Sacramento area, and I was in SoCal this past weekend, so I drove out to Jacumba on Sunday, 11/9, to try for the Brown Thrasher. I finally found it, after about an hour or so, when I walked down to the Senior Community Center. I first heard its loud call from the ground in front of the building, then saw it fly up into a smaller, almost leafless tree near the fence line that I was standing about 30 feet from. This was at about 3:45 pm.

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