Visitor Type #5 by skipt07

Visitor Type #5

A White-breasted Nuthatch or two have started visiting. They, just like the other small birds are in, grab and go. While it is nice to see them finally coming, we don't get to enjoy their antics that they do like hanging upside down to snatch a seed.

I think it is best when viewed on black.
That's a great image of this delightful little bird..
February 12th, 2024  
Wonderful capture!
February 12th, 2024  
Beautiful… nice to see one that is not upside down… out at my feeders they always seem to be that way.
February 12th, 2024  
Beautiful capture!
February 12th, 2024  
Perfect capture
February 12th, 2024  
The seed makes its long beak look that much longer.
February 12th, 2024  
Such a wonderful capture ! fav
February 12th, 2024  
Great shot
February 13th, 2024  
They are such fun to watch. Great capture.
February 13th, 2024  
Great action shot! I love the background too. Looks like he's sprinting off to Starbucks.
February 13th, 2024  
They are fun to watch and you may get to see them go upside down if you have tree nearby where they like to crack open the seeds. Good shot!
February 13th, 2024  
@olivetreeann - We have another feeder on a shepherd's hook about 12 feet away from this one. It has a roof and these crazy birds, instead of landing on the bottom edge to get a seed will hang from the roof to get one. Nothing like making something relatively easy hard.
February 13th, 2024  
@skipt07 I know! Sometimes watching them hurts my neck. haha
February 13th, 2024  
brilliant
February 13th, 2024  
How perfect this is!
February 13th, 2024  
Amazing colours in this bird! Never saw one like it before
February 13th, 2024  
Great shot!
February 13th, 2024  
Super shot! Excellent clarity!
February 13th, 2024  
Incredible shot. Nice to have captured him with his dinner
February 13th, 2024  
Terrific :)
February 14th, 2024  
Wow great timing, I'm used to seeing them upside down!
February 14th, 2024  
@radiogirl - They do seem to prefer hanging upside down.
February 14th, 2024  
This is great capture, well done!
February 15th, 2024  
what a fabulous bird and fabulous photo!
February 15th, 2024  
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