What a handsome dude! I must be feeding him well.
European Starling pests
This image shows the aggressiveness of the European Starling, who forced away the Red-bellied Woodpecker, for food.
BlueJay in the snow
Did you know that Blue Jays are meat eaters?
Image taken on a bitterly cold and snowy day. The Hairy Woodpecker is larger and more shy than the Downy Woodpecker. Shown here eating out of one of my homemade suet feeders.
Young eagle having some fun with the geese.
An Eagle attacking a Hawk
This Pileated Woodpecker almost collided with me this morning, as I was putting suet out. Guess he didn't see me as he was swooping down to the tree. That was an experience! He flew away, but returned shortly.
Along the Harold R. Spencer Bluebird Trail
Enjoying suet in the early morning light.
Male Pileated Woodpecker
Feeding on these tiny berries.
A resident of my timber
The drawback to attracting birds to your yard.
Long distance shot, and in fact taken through fencing.
This clip of raccoon youngsters in the bird bath is one of my favorites.
Three Red Foxes
You'd think they would get use to the trail camera, but they are always keeping their eyes on it.
Trail Camera capture
Wild animals acting naturally, this is what is so great about trail cameras.
Trail Camera Image
Second night in a row that a pair of coyotes has passed by the trail camera.
Coyote and Fox do not mix