This Long-billed Thrasher was warning the other smaller birds to leave his apple alone, as he was not through eating.
This Gray Catbird was taking a bath at Boy Scout Woods in HAS High Island Sanctuary when I photographed him from the photo bling.
The state bird of Texas has many different songs. It will mimic other birds' songs. This Northern Mockingbird was photographed in Bear Creek Park catching insects from his perch.
This American Robin was feeding on a hackberry tree in the Bay City Birding Center.
This Cedar Waxwing has an eleogant array of feathers with a black lone ranger mask. He was photographed in the Bay City Birding Center.
This Mountain Bluebird was photographed in Rocky Mountain National Park.
This pair of Eastern Bluebirds were trying to get a drink of water and watch the sky for the Merlin perched on a nearby tree.
This Long-billed Thrasher was photographed in Concan, TX during the Texas Hill Country River Festival. He was easy to locate while singing his territorial song.
The Hermit Thrush also has an eloquent song. He was photographed in Stephen F. Austin State Park.
State bird of Texas, Northern Mockingbird.
American Robin photographed at the Bay City Birding Center
American Robin at Bay City Birding Center
This Long-billed Thrasher was photographed in the Williams Sanctuary in Pharr, TX.
Sprague's Pipit photographed at Grand Canyon National Park
American Pipit photographed on the Attwater Prairie Chicken NWR
This Long-billed Thrasher was photographed at Bentsen-Rio Grande State Park.
Gray Catbird with a mulberry breakfast at Sabine Woods.
This Veery was found around the corner from the drip on the ground foraging for insects.
Western Bluebird photographed at Grand Canyon National Park.
This Brown Thrasher came to my audio tape call and looked me over.
Herman Thrush; Brazos Bend State Park