By the way, last week I took this picture of a couple of birds in my tree that I have NEVER seen here before. I haven't a clue what they are, anybody know?? FLO
....maybe Bob sent them.....
Thanks Flo H.
The 2 birds are in the center of the picture.
Maybe a Finch. Can anyone indentify them?
Thanks Ivan R. That was my guess but I think Ed B. has the right one
The yellow and black birds in Flo’s pictures are Finches. They hang out by the dozen in my feeders in the front yard. Put out a tubular feeder with Niger seed in it and they will hang upside down whilst they feed. Otherwise an ordinary feeder with SunFlower seeds will do. Once they appear , these criters are around all the time, winter included. I’ll try to get a picture of my flock ASAP
Hey, Marty those little guys look a lot like Acadian Flycatchers.
They can be welcome guests feeding on annoying bugs as they do.
Click on the link below... for more infor.
Thanks Ed B.
Hi Flo, I think Ed B. has the right name for your birds..
You guys are great. Congrats to Ed, Flycatcher it is. I found a book which shows a Cordilleron Flycatcher, very similar to the Acadian, but more likely to show up in southwestern Canada (not sure how they ended up in Prince George though - must be our extremely hot, dry summer).
Thanks for the neat website too :) FLO
Thanks for the compliment. The blog is ours and it is fun because of the contributors..