In reply to scylla:
@scylla No not too much info, I think it's brilliant to have one editor be called by the other to get the best of both worlds! And yes, I saw that is a pine siskin, which looks like our yellow finch, or goldfinch in non-breeding colors! Otherwise, our goldfinch has a black patch where your goldfinch has a red patch above the beak. Interesting...
non breeding male
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In reply to Korky:
Korky wrote the following post at 19 Nov 2019 8:18 AM:
...I'm away for a few days...
(That's meant to sound kinda like "A hannnd-bag?!"
Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
Monday 18th - First in, pre-daycam, Squirrel then Coal Tit.
Didn't see a Crestie for a couple of hours, then it appeared a few times during the day. Feeders included all the tits, male and female Chaffinch, GSW, no unusual birds :( Plenty human visitors.
Last in - Coat Tit.
Tuesday 19th - First in, pre-daycam, Squirrel again, but next were 2 Coal Tits right on the cusp of daycam.
Very bright Blue Tit, I haven't adjusted it:
Looking very well-fed:
Coal Tit was last. I don't think I've seen a Crestie today.
Yet another super feeding station from BirdWatchingHQ - this one's in Alberta:
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
That's a beauty, especially in that luminous capture. Cornell Lab Feederwatch Cams also has one like that as well.
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