Feeder Style

  • 7
    Shares


House finches were hanging around the bird feeders last week in the section of Central Park called the Ramble.

In this picture a few of them are gathered on one of the homemade feeders — a plastic bottle full of seeds with a hole and a perch on each side.

The finches perch, reach in to take a seed, fly away.

House finches were hanging around the bird feeders last week in the section of Central Park called the Ramble.
In this picture a few of them are gathered on one of the homemade feeders — a plastic bottle full of seeds with a hole and a perch on each side. The finches perch, reach in to take a seed, fly away.
Then this white-breasted showed up.
Perch. Check. Reach in to take a seed? Nope — it jumped inside and disappeared.
After a moment it came out the other side, like a fast food drive through.
A showed up. It went in one door and out the other, too. It’s a thing!

 

Subscribe to our FREE Newsletter

 

 

Julie Feinstein

Julie Feinstein

I am a Collection Manager at the American Museum of Natural History, an author, and a photographer. I live in New York City. I recently published my first popular science book, Field Guide to Urban Wildlife, an illustrated collection of natural history essays about common animals. I update my blog, Urban Wildlife Guide, every Sunday.

Julie Feinstein

Julie Feinstein

I am a Collection Manager at the American Museum of Natural History, an author, and a photographer. I live in New York City. I recently published my first popular science book, Field Guide to Urban Wildlife, an illustrated collection of natural history essays about common animals. I update my blog, Urban Wildlife Guide, every Sunday.

Share this post with your friends

  • 7
    Shares


Facebook Comments

Leave a Reply

Please Login to comment
avatar