Tuesday, June 2, 2015

House of birds

Walking around the UMD campus I spotted some House Finches visiting a bird feeder hanging outside of a faculty member's office window.  From there I was too far away for a decent photo, but I was able to stalk the birds back to their nest under the student dinning center.  Their nest was situated on top of the anti-pigeon spikes.  There I also found a House Sparrow nesting in an old swallow nest suspended under the building.  And a pigeon nest on top of the anti-pigeon spikes, with a couple young pigeons peeking out.

Male House Finch at his singing perch.

Male House Sparrow and his nest in an old swallow nest.

Two young pigeons peeking out of their nest on the anti-pigeon spikes

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