Birds on our Shenandoah Flower Farm

blue jays

blue jays

Birds on the farm (date is first observed):

April 2010:

  • white-throated sparrow – 4/23 (on porch)
  • american robin – 4/22 (in grass)
  • eastern towhee – 4/16 (sunflower seed platform feeder)
  • purple finch – 4/15 (nyjer feeder)
  • brown thrasher – 4/10 (house railing)
  • owl – 4/10 (unsure of type – flew from tree)
  • peacock – every night (heard but not seen)

March 2010:

  • eastern towhee – 3/23 (heard but not seen)

February 2010:

  • blackeyed junco – 2/5 (blackoil sunflower feeder)
  • tufted titmouse – 2/5 (blackoil sunflower feeder)
  • black-capped chickadee – 2/5 (blackoil sunflower feeder)
  • chipping sparrow – 2/5 (blackoil sunflower on deck)
  • american cardinal – 2/4 (safflower feeder)
  • white-breasted nuthatch – 2/4 (woodpecker treat bar)
  • downy woodpecker – 2/4 (mixed seed feeder)
  • goldfinch – 2/4 (nyjer feeder & blackoil sunflower feeder)
  • red-breasted nuthatch – 2/4 (woodpecker treat bar)
  • blue jay – 2/4 (in bushes)
*** This personal blog is comprised solely of the opinions, views, projects, and travels of its author, Stacey Morgan Smith. She is lucky enough to have loving family and friends whom she drags along with her on her adventures and whom she puts to work on her little farm. She uses this blog to help promote living in the mountains of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, from Roanoke to the Potomac River.**

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