I'm surprised that I'm still seeing juvenile American Robins.
The next shot includes a mourning dove and a carolina wren with a landed fish.
The mourning dove primped for a long time.
The cardinal pair were quite cozy.
Hard to believe that it's September.
I always begin each month with: hard to believe . . . and it always is.
The catbird below kept getting chased out of the bath by the cardinal.
The next shot includes a female rufous-sided towhee and a male cardinal.
There have been a lot of towhees at my bird baths recently.
There are always a lot of cardinals.
The catbird was vocalizing very loudly.
Male rufous-sided towhees have such wild looking eyes.
I think the male cardinal in the next shot is one of this year's babies but he is almost fully grown.
The catbirds tend to blend into the deck.
Next is a carolina chickadee. They look like they wear little tuxedos.
Below is an adult female cardinal.
Last shot is of an adult American Robin.