These three birds are fairly common in New England and were all photographed in Dogtown. The first is the Eastern Phoebe. They are just arriving for the breading season.
Next we have the Hermit Thrush, the Vermont state bird. Their flutelike song is a familiar sound in the woods but the Hermit thrush is shy and tends to prefer brushy undergrowth. This was one of two that I saw. Are they staying or just passing through?
Finally is the Black-capped Chickadee. Always delight to have as a companion in the woods.
Fathers day in Sicksta Lori’s garden..
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