Canyon towhee at Texas bird feeder


This video from the USA says about itself:

Canyon Towhee Surprises With Visit To West Texas Feeders – Dec. 19, 2019

Canyon Towhees keep a low profile across their range in the Desert Southwest, and they’ve proven to be a rare visitor to the West Texas feeders. These big, warm-brown sparrows are common on the ground and underneath shrubs in a variety of scrubby habitats, but they easily blend into the background.

Wild turkey feeds at Texas hummingbird feeders


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Wild Turkey Ascends, Eats From West Texas Feeder! – Dec. 18, 2019

The West Texas Feeder cam received its biggest visitor to date when this Wild Turkey ascended from a backyard fence to gobble down some seeds from one of the hanging feeders. These big, spectacular game birds are an increasingly common sight around the U.S. and Mexico, as flocks stride around woods and clearings like miniature dinosaurs.

Ruby-crowned kinglet at Texas, USA bird feeder


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Male Ruby-crowned Kinglet Snacks On Suet In West Texas – Dec. 9, 2019

A male Ruby-crowned Kinglet stops by the feeders in West Texas for an early morning snack. Smaller than a warbler or chickadee, these tiny passerines are known for constantly flicking their wings as they flit through the bushes. Males hide a ruby crown that gets flashed when they’re excited. Can you see the ruby feathers hidden on this bird’s crown as he pecks away in front of the camera?

Pine siskins at Texas, USA bird feeders


This 4 December 2019 video from the USA says about itself:

Exciting news! The West Texas Hummingbird cam is transitioning to regular bird feeders for year-round viewing in the wintertime! Here, a flock of Pine Siskins arrive to snack on sunflower seeds and suet while taking in the mountainous landscape.

Ladder-backed woodpecker at Texas, USA hummingbird feeder


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Male Ladder-backed Woodpecker Sips Nectar Front And Center In West Texas – Nov. 12, 2019

This male Ladder-backed Woodpecker sure isn’t shy in the spotlight. As you can see, hummingbirds aren’t the only birds that like nectar. We’ve seen both Ladder-backed and Acorn Woodpeckers frequent nectar feeders in the Davis Mountains.

Many hummingbirds at Texas, USA feeders


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High Hummingbird Activity In The Davis Mountains – Nov. 1, 2019

Even though the peak fall migration period has passed, there are still plenty of hummingbirds journeying south through the Davis Mountains in West Texas.

Hummingbird feeding frenzy in Texas, USA


This video from Texas in the USA says about itself:

Hummingbird Feeding Frenzy On October Morning In West Texas – Oct. 11, 2019

There’s a party on the West Texas Hummingbird cam, and you’re invited! Watch dozens of hummingbirds hover to and fro as they jockey for position at the nectar feeders.

Watch live at http://allaboutbirds.org/texashummers for more information about hummingbirds and highlights from the feeders.