Feathered Friends SMAP Contest- SONGBIRDS
Here are a couple photos of common songbirds that I frequently see in the trees around my house.
American robin is more often seen in the grass, looking for worms and insects, but if I am quick enough I can catch them in the trees.
It is a migratory songbird of the thrush family.
underneath a robin
American goldfinch I have taken my bird feeders down because of an outbreak of bird flu and I am missing seeing and hearing these little guys outside my window. The strain is called EA H5N1, which is a highly pathogenic avian influenza and even though it is mainly affecting waterfowl, we have been asked to remove feeders and birdbaths until the end of May to stop birds from congregating and help prevent it from spreading. Social distancing is healthy for birds, too!
underneath a goldfinch
Let's see some of the SONGBIRDS that you can find!
Enter the Show Me A Photo contest by @nelinoeva
Enter the Let our Picture Tell Your Story contest by
Comment and earn tokens!