RBN

A conifer is a good place to find Red-breasted Nuthatches now.
This fall’s big migratory wave of Red-breasted has long since passed through, and now White-breasted are more noticeable, but if you look and listen hard enough at the evergreen clumps, you may be rewarded with these little pointy birds.
This was a merged together thicket of eastern red cedar and
Chinese arborvitae. The bird was taking the arborvitae seeds into the dark shelter of the eastern red cedar.

1 Response to “RBN”


  1. 1 elwnyc December 20, 2020 at 1:03 am

    The perfect decoration for an evergreen! Thanks for the views.


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