Pilot Mountain Birds of the Day

Princess Gail and I spent a beautiful fall morning at Pilot Mountain State Park. We spotted 15 bird species, including the ever present Pine Warbler, and lots of Blue Jays (a group of 4 and then a group of 10.) Here are the birds of the day:

A Scarlet Tanager (probably female vs winter male)…

a Red-breasted Nuthatch

and a Broad-winged Hawk.

It was a fun time! Wish you could have joined us! 🙂

4 thoughts on “Pilot Mountain Birds of the Day”

    1. Thanks, Pam!
      Our hummingbirds disappeared about a week ago. You must be getting the last of the migrants. Do you get a variety of different hummers? Or do you just get Ruby-throateds like we do?

  1. can you please email me so I can ask about possibly using one of your photos that might be copyrighted? Thanks

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