Eastern phoebe, American goldfinch, Gray catbird, Hairy woodpecker, Northern flicker, Cedar waxwing, Yellow-bellied sapsucker, Canada goose, American kestrel, Common grackle, Red-bellied woodpecker, White-breasted nuthatch, Red-breasted nuthatch, Black-capped chickadee, Tufted titmouse, Great blue heron, Eastern kingbird, Song sparrow, Ovenbird, Common crow, Red-winged blackbird, Rock dove, European starling, Wood thrush, Mourning dove, American robin, Barn swallow, Cardinal, Northern mockingbird, Chipping sparrow, Downy woodpecker.

31 species. This is the first time I’ve seen the Heron on our pond in a month. It was a mob scene at the suet again today– all five woodpecker species were trying to dominate the food. I had to put out a second feeder full of the good stuff to keep the peace.

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