Carolina Wren on Peanuts

Carolina Wren on Peanuts

Carolina Wren on Peanuts caught on Live Bird Feeder Cam. Our Cam is on 7×24 to see many different Ohio birds at the bird feeder our down on our ground camera. The Carolina Wren visit often but many times just in and out to get a peanut from the tray.

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Live Bird Cam Watching a Northern Flicker

Live Bird Cam Watching a Northern Flicker

Live Bird Cam Watching a Northern Flicker on a cold day in Ohio. This one visits our feeders quite often. Usually it plays well with the other birds but today he showed he wanted to be on the tray from time to time by itself. When it visits it is normally on the suet or peanut feeders. Northern Flicker Woodpecker is one of our favorites.

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Live Bird Cam Watching a Northern Flicker

Live Bird Cam Watching a Northern Flicker

Live Bird Cam Watching a Northern Flicker on a cold day in Ohio. This one visits our feeders quite often. Usually it plays well with the other birds but today he showed he wanted to be on the tray from time to time by itself. When it visits it is normally on the suet or peanut feeders. Northern Flicker Woodpecker is one of our favorites.

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American Gold Finch, Mourning Doves and House Finches

American Gold Finch, Mourning Doves and House Finches

American Gold Finch, Mourning Doves and House Finches was hanging around our bird feeders today. I wasn’t home today but took some time to review this on video today and it is my first time I have seen a pair of American Gold Finches. In past I would only see one at a time. We are sure will see more as we get closer to spring time. Had plenty of mourning doves and house finches at the feeders today as well.

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Cooper Hawk Returns

Cooper Hawk Returns

Cooper Hawk Returns. You wonder why the birds fly off and it gets real calm around your bird feeders. Usually they know when there is danger. As I looked outside the back window I seen the cooper hawk retuned and was sitting on top of the feeder thinking that a bird may just decide to join him. He fell short of his goals at least here today.

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American Gold Finch wasn’t in a hurry on a windy day

American Gold Finch wasn’t in a hurry on a windy day

American Gold Finch wasn’t in a hurry on a windy day. It starts out with mourning doves try to just land on the platform on a windy day. Once the American Gold Finch found the nyjer seed he just wasn’t in a hurry to go anywhere. Black-capped Chickadee, house finches and nuthatch came and left while the American Goldfinch enjoyed the nyjer seed.

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Hawk tries to attack birds in evergreen shrub

Hawk tries to attack birds in evergreen shrub

Hawk tries to attack birds in evergreen shrub. Noticed our bird feeder got real calm so I took a look out back and seen the hawk above in the tree. By the time I got the video camera he had moved down to the fence where he was watching some birds hiding in the evergreen shrubs. He made one pass into the tree but didn’t have success. We are beginning to see more of these around our neighborhood. Hunting around a active bird feeder is like going to a local buffet.