The only problem is there is a squirrel hogging the feeder. The cardinal has to be brave and sneak around the other side to get as many seeds as possible before the squirrel starts barking at him.
Eventually he got scared off the feeder and had to scavenge seeds on the ground under the feeder.
Now he is back up in the tree plotting his return to the feeder.
Now the cardinal is being difficult for me not posing nicely out in the open.
The copper headed cow birds and sparrows are also on the ground scavenging seeds. They don't seem to like going directly to the feeders as larger birds and squirrels are there to fight over territory.
The downy woodpeckers are adept at sniping the feeders for one seed at a time to avoid any territorial disputes.
I didn't get too many clear chickadee photos just this one with a blurry head. They flutter around too fast.
The dark eyed juncos seemed to only stay under the feeders to avoid drama above. Fortunately the clumsy squirrel was spilling a lot of the seeds below.
I also saw a bald eagle up in the sky, sadly the photo didn't turn out too clear. I'll have to find a river that isn't frozen over to see if there are some eagles hunting for fish.
That's all for now, thanks for looking :-)