(There is a seperate page of poor hummer photos)
Blue-headed (formerly Solitary) Vireo
Acadian Flycatcher, the only locally nesting Empidonax Flyctcher
Painted Bunting, male
Painted Bunting, female or immature male
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker adult, Dec. 2013.
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker - immature
Red-naped Sapsucker - note incomplete black line
seperating red throat and white cheek stripe
Yellow-crowned Night-Heron, immature
Black-crowned Night-Heron adult
Snowy Egret at Utopia Park
Hooded Oriole, adult male
(Orioles have their own page of photos)
Rose-breasted Grosbeak, female
American Robin - male
Orange-crowned Warbler, which
will use hummer feeders in winter
Indigo Bunting, male
Northern Mockingbird, a great mimic of other birds,
but contrary to some local folklore I heard, it
does NOT lay eggs in other birds' nests.
Common Poorwill, probably hibernates locally
in winter, the only hibernating bird in the U.S.
is mostly a nocturnal moth eater.
Pied-billed Grebe - a couple often winter
in the pond at the park in Utopia.
Sora, a rail
Black-eared Bushtit with a fairly dark ear, which
is a rare color phase of some immature males.
Marsh Wren, in Cypress tree
Texas Ruby Red House Finch (June)
This picture is slightly (barely) juiced a bit
to better show the extent of red in back.
Check out the House Finch photo page.