Posted by: atowhee | November 10, 2022


As the sun rose around 7AM, the moon dominated a cloudless sky.

Look at the tail feather in the final flicker pic–yellow? Could this be an eastern female here for the winter? Yellow-shafted perhaps?

Lee French in Ashland, tried to maintain feeders…

When we lived in Ashland, we had to bring our feeders inside every night. We could never put kitchen trash in garbage can until the morning of pick-up. They hate bubble-wrap, but banana peels? Biscuits? Blueberries? Bears thjere regularly raid the vineyards. Bears can smell a snack from a long distance. Some places, like Tahoe, people are required to have bear-proof trash cans.

954 Ratcliff Drive SE, Marion, Oregon, US
Nov 10, 2022
14 species

Wild Turkey  9
Mourning Dove  7
Northern Flicker  1
Steller’s Jay  X
California Scrub-Jay  X
American Crow  X
Black-capped Chickadee  1
Chestnut-backed Chickadee  2
Bewick’s Wren  1
American Robin  8     fly over
House Finch  X
American Goldfinch  X
Dark-eyed Junco  20
Golden-crowned Sparrow  2

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