Great Crested Flycatcher photos

a great crested flycatcher was in my backyard, so I took some photos.

Eastern Bluebird Mama Laid an egg!

Sorry, The First Post was Incorrect. This Female Eastern Bluebird Laid an Egg!

Female Eastern Bluebird laid an egg!!!

Nest Update 02: Female Eastern Bluebird laid an egg!!!

American Goldfinch Losing It’s Balance

Male Mallard

Female Mallard

Immature male Downy Woodpecker

I know you cant see the red that indicates that he is a male; but it’s very faint and on the top of his head.

Female Downy Woodpecker

Blue Jay Taking In The Morning Sun

Red-Eyed Vireo

Immature Blue Jay

Bald Eagle!

A Bald Eagle calling in response to it’s young begging.

Feed Me!

A Adult Blue Jay Resting Before Feeding It’s Fledglings

The Tree Swallows Fledged!

About A Week From Fledging!

Tree Swallow Leaving Nest Box!

Tree Swallow Young!

The other day, I saw both the male and female Tree Swallows going in and out of the box. Because the weather wasn’t really nice, I waited until today to check the box. All four eggs have hatched!

Mallard Ducklings

Tree Swallow Eggs!

On the 30th of May I noticed that the female tree swallow wasn’t really leaving the nest box, so I thought that she probably laid at least one of her eggs. Just to give her some space, I decided to wait till today to check on them. In the photo, there are three visible eggs; but I believe that there may be one more underneath of some of the feathers.

Male Tree Swallow

A Fledgling American Crow

This is a American Crow fledgling that fledged just the other day. It has been getting close to my nest box that a pair of Tree Swallows are using. The Swallows try to fly on or in the nest box; but the presence of the Crow makes them not go in. When the Crow isn’t present, they will add some feathers and the female will incubate her eggs.

Just wondering if the Crow keeps on coming by if it will scare the Swallows off.
Also wondering if I mow the lawn if it will scare the Swallows off as well.

Male Downy Woodpecker

Checkling out the nestbox

A pair of starlings was looking at the nestbox. Hoping someone claims it soon!

Ruby-Throated Hummer

Fallen Nest ID needed!

Found this fallen nest under a Pine tree. We had some bad storms so it probably blew down then. It’s made out of pine needles and too small to be a mockingbird nest. Any ideas?

Bohemian Waxwing

Eggshell ID needed!

Spotted this eggshell when we were birding, any idea what bird made it?

Canada Geese

A Female Northern Harrier

A Male Canada Goose Chasing Off An Intruder.

*RARE* yellow House Finch

*RARE* yellow House Finch on a tomato cage in the backyard!!

A Yellow Warbler Nest I Had Found

A White-Breasted Nuthatch

A Blue-Headed Vireo

A Black-Capped Chickadee

A White-Breasted Nuthatch

A Song Sparrow Singing

A Song Sparrow Singing

A Rock Pigeon About To Take Off

A Song Sparrow

Banded Carolina Wren and Downy Woodpecker/nest ID needed!

Birding at Edith Moore in Houston, lots of birds including a banded Carolina Wren and a banded Downy Woodpecker. We also came across this nest.

White-Breasted Nuthatch

White-Breasted Nuthatch

Starlings checking out the nestbox

Today a male starling was looking at the nestbox, he inspected the whole thing and looked inside. He called over the female who didn’t look pleased with it. (She didn’t even look inside) There is a wasp inside. We tried blasting it out with the hose yesterday, it left, and now it’s back. I heard that vaseline can help. Is this true and how do I prevent the wasp from coming back?

Bird needs ID. Might be a female House Sparrow

Rare Leucistic Chipping Sparrow

Rare Leucistic Chipping Sparrow at my feeder. It comes every day with the other Chipping Sparrows.

Feeder Birds

New feeder bird: Dark-eyed Junco

Hoping some more juncos come! I could only get one picture.

Pine Warbler Family

We have three Pine Warblers visiting the feeders, a male, a female, and an immature!

Carolina Chickadees

The chickadees have been coming every day since December 19. They have come to almost all my feeders. They are such cute birds.

Carolina Chickadees, Palm Warbler, Chipping Sparrows, Mourning Doves.

So many birds at my new woodpecker log feeder, tube feeder, platform feeder, and seed block feeder.

Feeder Birds

The Cardinals visit sometimes, the Chipping Sparrows visit in flocks of about 50 every day, the Yellow-rumped WArbler visits multiple time a day to eat suet, and The Peep visits every day.

Birds enjoying the suet.

The chickadees,Titmice & Nuthatches love the suet.

Carolina Wren.

Wren on November 25 2022.

Chickadee,Cardinals,Blue Jays/11/23/2022

Chipping Sparrows, Northern Cardinal, Cooper’s Hawk, The Peep, House Sparrow and Mourning Doves.

There are now about 30 Chipping Sparrows!

Chipping Sparrow at feeder

New feeder bird!!! We saw an immature Chipping Sparrow at the feeders.


Chickadees & titmice.

Female Vermilion Flycatcher?

Is this a female Vermilion Flycatcher?
It was gray with a brownish head, it had a faint stripe through the eye, it had faint wing markings, its beak was black and small, and its belly was orangish with brown streaks.

Titmice on the coconut feeder.

Nest ID please!!Blue jays,Eagle & woodpecker?

Eastern-screech owl & a Eastern bluebird’s eggs,2020.

This is in 2020,I am posting this on:10/7/2022.I was new to Nestwatch in 2022.

I think this is a female Yellow-brested chat.ID please!!

ID please!!

ID please!!

ID please!!

ID PLEASE!!/Baby seagull eating crab,seagull,cormorants.

ID please!!

ID please!!

ID please!!Maybe fox sparrow/Baby & adult seagull.

Loons,20 turkeys,sharp-shinned hawk or a cooper’s hawk,double-crested cormorants.

Baby seagull,rock pigeons,birdhouse wall,immature bald eagle.

Birdhouses on wall,not being used.

ID please!!This bird is fine,it flew away.(:I think it is an immature nashville walbler.

At the visitor center,we saw this bird in the parking lot we saw this bird,we scooped it up with a book,than it flew on my cloths,than it flew on my sisters arm.ID please!!I think it is a immature nashville walbler.

The Cardinal Family

The Cardinal Family

Feeder birds.

feeder birds.

House sparrow.

Common loon/osprey.

We saw an bald eagle swoop down and get a fish,eat it on a branch.

We saw a osprey but we did not get a picture of it.


Mr. and Mrs. Cardinal. The baby was there too but it left.

Wet House Sparrows

House Sparrows splashing in a puddle

There might be such thing as a rock pigeon I think!/ID please!

Mother Cardinal Feeding Fledgling

Mother Cardinal and her baby

Rufous Hummingbird at our feeder!

Young male Rufous Hummingbird at our feeder! He’s been here 6 times so far!

Hummingbirds/I think it is a rock pigeon.

Ibis on a powerline

I didn’t know that ibis sat on powerlines.

visitors again!

these cute titmice come in this tree every morning.

White House Sparrow

White House Sparrow from earlier this year.

(He or she)screech owl.

Titmice/woodpecker nest that survived the first brood:the 2nd brood:chicks got eaten by a snake):sad.

Injured Mourning Dove Update

Update: The male mourning dove’s wing has gotten much worse. It might be angelwing or something else.

eastern phoebe and mr.cardinal.

Half white House Sparrow

Rare half white house sparrow. His tail and back are white. There are two like this in our yard.

Young male House Sparrow

Young male House Sparrow eating birdseed

Happy Birthday Barney!!

Barney hatched today! Now we’re waiting for Tweet! Happy Birthday Barney!! He has a few downy feathers on his back. His eyes are closed.

Mr. Cardinal

Mr. Cardinal and two other cardinals (a male and female) came to visit.

The starlings are here!!!

Unlike most people, I love starlings! They are colorful and fun to watch. It’s exciting to have them visit. It’s sad that people don’t like birds like European Starlings, House sparrows, Rock Pigeons, Muscovy Ducks, Canada Geese, seagulls, Cowbirds, and other birds and they feel the need to kill, trap, poison, chase, and destroy their nest, eggs and young. 😭😢

ID please!!

ID please!!

Dove fledgling

Baby dove from a while back. He couldn’t fly and his mother fed him.

Tweet and Barney

Tweet and Barney. Tweet is the lighter one and Barney is the darker one.

Used Nests

Used nest. Hoping someone can ID them.

Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Cornell Lab of Ornithology