PHOTOBOMBED. I was trying to get a nice photo of the Black-headed grosbeak when all of a sudden this house sparrow jumped in the way to hog what little limelight was left in this tree. What’s so special about the Black-headed grosbeak? They’re a migratory bird that is only in this area for summer breeding with Washington being their Northern tip before they head south again. Here’s the one good photo I was able to get of the black-headed grosbeak before the house sparrow decided Continue reading →
48 hours in bed. Yikes. Well, at least I’m comfortable and on the rebound. Back to work.
Portland is covered in a sheet of ice, everyone is at home watching the icicles form, and our birdie neighbors scavenge for seed. Home Tweet Home still sits empty awaiting a Chickadee family to settle in. See the full-res version on my Flickr Stream.