Backyard birds in South Burlington VT. - in July. (Photos)
Bird watching is fun, free, and sometimes funny.
South Burlington, VT bird photos.
|Hairy Woodpecker (male - as indicated by red nape). |
Bill is about twice as long as (its) head.
Downy woodpecker looks similar except
bill is half as long as (its) head, and has white outer tail feathers.
Hairy 9", Downy 6".
|House Wren |
(makes a nest in a bird box near our house nearly every year.)
|Listen, you keep drumming out of tune,|
now work with me bro!
|Now don't go getting|
your tail feathers
in a flurry.
Note the white outer tail feathers.
|There must be a door somewhere.|
|First you put a quarter in the slot,|
then you go over to this side...
Hairy Woodepcker on left,
Downy Woodpecker on right.
|See, it is easy if you know how.|
|Can't a guy get a little privacy|
for clean up time?
|I am quite the cat's meow,|
if I do say so myself.
Give off a "meeow" call when alarmed.
|Gray CatbirdAll gray with black cap. |
Note reddish-brown patch under base of tail.
|Sunscreen! I need sunscreen.|
|Did you remember to bring|
the rubber ducky?
Male - Yellow, Female yellowish green (in summer)
|Always remember to bring your lady flowers.|
|Are you looking at my butt again?|
|Darn, she must have |
eyes in back of her head.
|I get the strange feeling|
I am being watched.
|I had way too much|
to drink last night.
|Its all mine,|
and I am not sharing.
|High wire act.|
|Can't you just ring the door bell |
like normal folks do?
|House Finch (male)|
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