Imagine working in your garden and you hear a bird inviting you to ‘drink your teeeeee’. This is the song
While enjoying my morning tea on the deck I have been hearing a soft musical trill in the field behind
This handsome sparrow has been called the ‘Whistler of the North’. It’s very easy to recognize their song as it
This songbird adds yet another voice to the chorus. The Song Sparrow derived its name from its repertoire of songs.
This beautiful songbird will be returning to its breeding grounds by the beginning of May. Rose-breasted Grosbeaks winter in Mexico
RED-WINGED BLACKBIRDS ‘Conk-la-ree’, ahhh, the sound I listen for at this time of year. A true sign that spring is
Often referred to as our ‘Snow Bird’, the Dark-eyed Junco is another one of our winter visitors. In the late
Purple finches are delightful birds that we are able to enjoy during the winter months… most years. They can move erratically
Red Bellied Woodpecker Many customers ask me why this bird is called a Red-bellied Woodpecker when its belly is white.