A sweet little hummingbird sat on a planter cage in the container garden.
This is a short slideshow of the sweet little hummingbird sitting on the planting cage.
Watch the hummingbird flick his head back and forth in the video below.
The other day on a walk I spotted a bird perched on a sign, so I zoomed in to capture the scene before the fowl flew away. I wish the image of the northern mockingbird had been more in focus, but I was elated to discover this creature was holding a red berry in the beak.
It was quite difficult to film the ducks with the gusty wind gushing into my face since I forgot to bring a jacket on my walk, but I did put together a short video.
Yesterday I spotted a Pacific band-tail pigeon in an oak tree up in the San Bernardino Mountains.
The Pacific band-tail pigeon also has a slightly darker band on his tail.
Up in the San Bernardino Mountains, I used my zoom lens to capture a mountain bluebird who was a hundred feet above me. These images were not the crispest because the oak tree was in the shade of the afternoon hillside, but I think the bird is charming none the less.
I zoomed in from about two hundred feet away on another dark-eyed junco bird gathering food off the forest ground.
Here is a short video clip of the dark-eyed junco bird foraging for food in the forest.
I also captured some more photographs of the junco bird pecking at the ground and jumping about.
The dark-eyed junco bird is known by the scientific name Junco hymelis.