A Day in the Life of a Backyard Bird Bath During Fall Migration
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A yellow-rumped warbler [Dendroica coronata] stopped by the backyard birdbath on its way south Tuesday afternoon, and I had the Nikon set up and ready.
A male house finch [ carpodacus mexicanus] joins the party.
Then, a family of Eastern bluebirds [Sialia sialis] make an appearance…
Splish splash, what?
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