My feeders have been active,I think, because the leaves are out now, and the birds are more secure with the shelter of the leaves. I've recently posted a lot of very colourful birds, but as I've remarked several times the variations of browns and beiges in nature is fantastic. So today I decided to post some of those variations that have appeared at the feeders.
I really like visits from the mourning doves with their bobbing and cooing. But their colour scheme is also incredible, with its variations of beiges and browns.
The side view below shows the deep browns on the wings.
The White-throated Sparrows are also basically brown and beige, but nature this time has added a vivid yellow highlighted with black and white.
Head on, the tree photo below shows how vivid the colour scheme is.
Again these guys are showing their full colours.
Some how this guy crept in. There is certainly nothing subtle about his colour scheme.
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