Good morning folks.
DesertDale has taken some more photos of birds. So thought I would share them with my readers.
The females are grayish-brown with thick streaks and a indistinctly masked face.
They are birds that use our feeders that we put out. They are in parks, backyards, farms and just generally all over.
The total population across North America is about 1.4 million.
The oldest known "House Finch" was 11 years 7 months old.
Since January 1994, House Finches have been detected with a disease called mycoplasmal conjunctivitis that causes respiratory problems and red, swollen eyes. It can kill House Finches directly or make them easy prey. House Finch conjunctivitis was first observed at feeders in the Washington, D.C., area. It’s not harmful to humans, but it has spread rapidly through the eastern House Finch population and into the West. ( info from goggle)
Now the weather. It is "cool wet and muddy".
Plus I have a new friend on Facebook called "Smart Baily" .
Will I am tired of hearing that generator running.