Vivid proof of the Carolina Wren!
The above photo is not the clearest but I thought it was a cute/nice/obvious wren photo. Plus there are TWO of them - how sweet is that?
No, you are not seeing double. The photos may look alike but in the one below it is a white nuthatch on the feeder and a male Junco eying him with envy. There is peanut butter in the suet and everyone wants some.
An American Tree Sparrow - not one I see often, but they are regulars to the garden.
It was a wet and stormy day. This guy was hungry and made a few attempts at the suet feeder since the seed in the tray was wet and snow covered.
Now this woodpecker is the Yellow Bellied Sapsucker. From the back it looks like a Hairy or even Downy woodpecker and so it may be that for years it has come to my garden and I never knew about it, or not. This one moved around so much it was hard to capture him, but I did.
And just because... a final photo of the Carolina Wren singing his little heart out.
Thank goodness for the birds this winter. They filled my heart with joy to see them at the feeder trying to survive a difficult season. My binoculars and camera were never so close at hand before!