Fall warbling at the pond

The garden warbler pond it starting to do its stuff again.

We are at the beginnings of fall migration and already some birds are heading south. It will be a long while before they all departed, but once more our little waterfall header pond it attracting them as they drop by for a quick splash.

In a 10-15 minute period when we were supposed to be brewing tea this afternoon we were visited by at least the following species … missed a couple of photos as the battery on the camera need changing half way through, but stuff like that happens.

Cape May, Canada (new for the garden this year), Tenessee and Yellow Warblers, American Redstart and Red-eyed Vireo briefly joined the semi-resident BC Chickadees, Robins, WB Nuthatch and Am Goldfinches et al.

Cape May Warbler
Cape May Warbler
Tenessee Warbler
Tenessee Warbler
Tennessee and Cape May Warbler
Tennessee and Cape May Warbler

 

A good splash on a hot afternoon
A good splash on a hot afternoon
American Goldfinch and Song Sparrow
American Goldfinch and Song Sparrow
White-breasted Nuthatch
White-breasted Nuthatch
Yellow Warbler
Yellow Warbler
Juvenile Am Robin lolloping about
Juvenile Am Robin lolloping about

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