Chestnut-backed Chickadee (at right)
and two views of a Townsend's Warbler
(below left, one with an extra cheek mark).
All of these live in conifers in Kingston, WA.
|Oregon Junco's (below) mostly eat the seed that falls|
|A Red-breasted Nuthatch (above and at left) gives the evil eye to a Black-capped Chickadee (left below)|
|Pine Siskin (above)
Spotted Towhee (below)
|All-in-all, a fine place to watch birds|
|One not so tiny. Why it's Woody, the Pileated Woodpecker|
|Black-headed Grossbeaks (male and female, above), brighten a dark, rainy day, really too dark for photos|
|American Goldfinch (above) and a full house of finches and siskins (right)|