A few bird photos from 2020. Nothing exotic; the pandemic kept WC pretty close to home.
Some recent bird photos, scattered around Idaho. The mosquitoes and flies have been pretty bad; let’s focus on bug-eating birds.
Brother and Sister, can you sparrow a dime? A selection of spring shots of the Little Brown Jobs, the sparrows and their cousins. With any luck, WC has most of the IDs right on these birds.
It’s been a Greater Sage Grouse kind of spring, so WC will offer a two-second series capturing one bird making the the “pa-loop” sound and popping his chest.
WC has neglected the Bird Photography page. Here are four bird photos, taken in December in southwestern and central Idaho. The last, the Pygmy Nuthatches, are on a feeder, something WC doesn’t ordinarily do. But it was the first time WC had a chance to photograph the species.