One of 7 Northern cardinals, a bunch of American goldfinches & a white throated & chipping sparrows.
There were at least 50 chipping sparrows here at once today, blowing away any previous counts here. There are over 30 in this picture, alone.
Out front, we were inundated by a mixed flock of American robins & red-winged blackbirds (about 60-70 in total.) They're known to pal around like this, but I wonder why...
Some of the goldfinches (not these,) are still unusually yellow & I even saw one that still had remnants of his black, Summer "cap."
Male red-bellied woodpecker. His mate was around, as well.
The male cardinals are getting more aggressive now, as mating season approaches.
The weather's not looking much better for the next few days, but I need to put in more time on my gyrfalcon painting & other art-work, anyway.