What was your first bird of 2024? It could be the first bird you saw or heard.
There are eight or nine Mourning Doves that have been around since the fall.
My last bird of 2023 was a Red-tailed Hawk that was roaming the neighborhood at dusk.
Thanks for your replies!
Six crows at sunrise here in central Arkansas.
Northern Cardinal in Ann Arbor, Michigan
An American crow fly-by as I pulled up the shade this morning, Michigan
Red Tailed Hawk in a suburb of Chicago.
Carolina chickadee, Virginia ☺️
A bright white bluejay in Hiram, Ohio.
Tufted Titmouse outside of Boston!
Red bellied woodpecker heard in suburban northwest Arkansas. (Pileated seen on forested trail two days ago.)
A whole flock of bluebirds asking for the their daily mealworm ration in Cumberland, Maine.
24 house sparrows, more than usual, on my feeders
Male Northern Cardinal!
An Anna's hummingbird at our feeder.
Glanced out my window and saw two large American crows, enjoying some suet that had fallen out of the feeder. I was surprised to see them in my suburban St. Louis backyard, but also delighted!
Black Capped Chickadee! By NY’s Day end we had a Cooper’s Hawk miss it’s meal at our feeder and then sit on our phone wire, then dived into a bush after Sparrows - missed again. ✨
I heard (but didn’t see) a golden-crowned kinglet in Pisgah National Forest here in NC!
Female Cardinal ... followed by male Cardinal outside our front picture window this morn!
I saw a bald eagle today.
we saw 9 crows in a neighbor's tree
A feeder potpourri of Northern Cardinal (male), house finch (male), and house sparrows, with a crowd of dark-eyed juncos and mourning doves underneath eating the leftovers! Suburban Chicago-style :)