The White Breasted Nuthatch has a black cap, and a beady black eye on a white face. The under tail converts are chestnut. Nuthatches climb down trees headfirst. They have a habitat in forests, woodlots, groves, river woods, shade trees and feeders. They can be found in the eastern half of the United States. Food is bark insects, seeds, and nuts; attracted by suet, sunflower seeds. They regularly cache food in bark crevices on their territory.
October 23, 2011
October 12, 2011
The American Greater Flamingo bird is pink, long-necked and long legged. Note the thick sharply bent nose. When the Flamingo is in flight or when they open their wings, black in the wings can be seen. Most Flamingos are in aviaries except maybe those in southern Florida that come from the Bahamas. The Flamingo lives naturally in the West Indies, Yucatan, or the Galapagos Islands.
October 2, 2011
The adult Green Heron has a bluish back, deep chestnut neck, and greenish yellow or orange legs. The immature Green Heron has a streaked neck. It has a habitat of lakes, ponds, marshes, swamps, or streamsides, and ranges on the eastern half of the United States.