Today I'm going to share fuzzy bird pictures.
Why are they fuzzy? Could be the lighting or the subject is too far away or the window is not so clean or it's raining.
The Yellow Warblers nest in the back field. They normally stay in thick brush so I hear them but seldom see them.
Once in a while they sit in a tree top and sing so I get a view - and a fuzzy picture.
This Great Crested Flycatcher came from the woods across the street to help the Phoebes eat the morning bugs attracted to the porch light.
This is the first time we've seen a Great Crested Flycatcher. I had to look it up in my bird guide. I so wish I could have included a shot of its yellow belly, but it wouldn't cooperate.
Occasionally our pond is visited by a Belted Kingfisher.
They sit high up, 30 - 40 feet, looking down into the water until they see something yummy. Then they dive in and get it.
This picture was taken from far away and in the rain. Sigh. Maybe someday I can get a better shot.
This time of year there are Robins everywhere and every age. Looks like this Robin is collecting grass for a second nest.