Ash-throated Flycatcher at Cape May Point State Park this morning. Note the contrast between rufous primary edges and yellowish secondary edges, the pale throat and the all dark bill. [Photo by Mike Crewe]
In this photo of the Ash-throated Flycatcher, note the very pale, lemon yellow wash to the belly and the dark on the outer tail feather, which cuts across the tip on the inner web. [Photo by Mike Crewe]
Not the best of pictures, but you get the idea! I was so excited at this close encounter with a Golden Eagle that I forgot to check that the camera was on the right settings - I really should go on Scott's walk! [Photo by Mike Crewe]
Just awesome - a pre-breakfast Golden Eagle! [Photo by Mike Crewe]
Pine Siskin at the Northwood Center [Photo by Mike Crewe]
I can see we're going to need to keep the feeders topped up! [Photo by Mike Crewe]
If you're stopping by the Northwood Center, don't forget to check out of the windows at our feeders; currently we have five Pine Siskins, three Purple Finches and the first returning Fox Sparrow here, as well as plenty of American Goldfinches, White-throated Sparrows and still both Red-breasted and White-breasted Nuthatches.
OK, now I have to have breakfast....