Recent Viani Photos

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Song Sparrow - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

Song Sparrow - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

Nashville Warbler - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

Nashville Warbler - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

White-breasted Nuthatch - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

White-breasted Nuthatch - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

Western Bluebird - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

Western Bluebird - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

Brown Creeper - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

Brown Creeper - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

Chipping Sparrow - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

Chipping Sparrow - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

Lesser Goldfinch (with nesting material) - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

Lesser Goldfinch (with nesting material) - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

House Wren - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

House Wren - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

Acorn Woodpecker - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

Acorn Woodpecker - Jacksonville Woodlands, Jacksonville, OR

Yellow-rumped Warbler (male Audubon

Yellow-rumped Warbler (male Audubon's) - North Mtn. Park, Ashland, OR

Orange-crowned Warbler - Paradise Backyard (a dozen or so were gorging on insects in our flowering trees)

Orange-crowned Warbler - Paradise Backyard (a dozen or so were gorging on insects in our flowering trees)

Lincoln

Lincoln's Sparrow - North Mountain Park

Orange-crowned Warbler - North Mountain Park

Orange-crowned Warbler - North Mountain Park

Marsh Wren - Wood River Wetlands, Klamath Falls, OR

Marsh Wren - Wood River Wetlands, Klamath Falls, OR

Common Yellowthroat - Wood River Wetlands, Klamath Falls, OR

Common Yellowthroat - Wood River Wetlands, Klamath Falls, OR

Lincoln

Lincoln's Sparrow - Wood River Wetlands, Klamath Falls, OR

Sand Hill Crane - Wood River Wetlands, Klamath Falls, OR

Sand Hill Crane - Wood River Wetlands, Klamath Falls, OR

Downy Woodpecker (female Pacific) - Wood River Wetlands, Klamath Falls, OR

Downy Woodpecker (female Pacific) - Wood River Wetlands, Klamath Falls, OR

Ruby-crowned Kinglet (check out the Oregon Grape leaf!) - Wood River Wetlands, Klamath Falls, OR

Ruby-crowned Kinglet (check out the Oregon Grape leaf!) - Wood River Wetlands, Klamath Falls, OR

Common Yellowthroat (wood warbler) - North Mountain Park, Ashland, OR

Common Yellowthroat (wood warbler) - North Mountain Park, Ashland, OR

Ruby-crowned Kinglet - North Mountain Park, Ashland, OR

Ruby-crowned Kinglet - North Mountain Park, Ashland, OR

Bushtit (females have a yellow iris) - North Mountain Park, Ashland, OR

Bushtit (females have a yellow iris) - North Mountain Park, Ashland, OR

Bushtit (males have a dark iris - this one is banded) - North Mountain Park, Ashland, OR

Bushtit (males have a dark iris - this one is banded) - North Mountain Park, Ashland, OR

Lesser Goldfinches (l. male, r. female) - backyard feeder in Paradise

Lesser Goldfinches (l. male, r. female) - backyard feeder in Paradise

Orange-crowned Warbler - Ashland Pond, OR

Orange-crowned Warbler - Ashland Pond, OR

Golden-crowned Sparrow (Bulking up on protein-filled petals for journey to Alaska) - Ashland Pond, OR (4/6/19: Jeff Tufts added: "It just occurred to me that flowering fruit trees are considered attractive to bees because of pollen AND NECTAR. Maybe the…

Golden-crowned Sparrow (Bulking up on protein-filled petals for journey to Alaska) - Ashland Pond, OR (4/6/19: Jeff Tufts added: "It just occurred to me that flowering fruit trees are considered attractive to bees because of pollen AND NECTAR. Maybe the…

Orange-crowned Warbler - Ashland Pond, OR

Orange-crowned Warbler - Ashland Pond, OR

Golden-crowned Sparrow (Bulking up on protein-filled petals for journey to Alaska) - Ashland Pond, OR (4/6/19: Jeff Tufts added: "It just occurred to me that flowering fruit trees are considered attractive to bees because of pollen AND NECTAR. Maybe the…

Golden-crowned Sparrow (Bulking up on protein-filled petals for journey to Alaska) - Ashland Pond, OR (4/6/19: Jeff Tufts added: "It just occurred to me that flowering fruit trees are considered attractive to bees because of pollen AND NECTAR. Maybe the…