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Oriole in our back yard!

Oriole in our back yard!

Female and male finches enjoying an afternoon snack on a sunflower.

Female and male finches enjoying an afternoon snack on a sunflower.

Gold Finch in our back yard.

Gold Finch in our back yard.

Strutting his stuff!

Strutting his stuff!

Cardinal enjoying some cracked corn in my backyard.

Cardinal enjoying some cracked corn in my backyard.

Female & male Cardinals hanging out at our bird feeders.

Female & male Cardinals hanging out at our bird feeders.

Hairy woodpecker!

Hairy woodpecker!

Hope this beautiful guy comes back to my backyard in Oklahoma City.  Last summer I watched a male and female bring four babies to my feeder.

The Power Of Color:40 Superbly Colorful Bird Photos

Bird photography is one of the best popular part of nature photography.Of course the birds you see below don't live in most of your backyards and it is really

Jerry Gadamus Pileated Woodpecker

Jerry Gadamus Pileated Woodpecker

The red, black and white woodpecker works hard against the birch tree in this Giclee by Jerry Gadamus.

oriole - I saw one in my yard last year, for less than a minute, and it was one of the most amazing things I've ever seen!

Baltimore Oriole: Photo by Randy Knauf Seen: Conway, Arkansas 1984 . These are beautiful birds and we have had a pair the last two years.

Native butterflies and the flowers they love | Gardening Project Idea & Tips | DIY Project Difficulty: Simple MaritimeVintage.com

North American Butterflies

Have you ever wondered, “What do butterflies eat?” Have you ever been curious about which local butterflies you can find in your own backyard? We have a diverse population here at Ironside.