The Lake Hills City Birds

The Lake Hills City Birds is a series of videos I started back in April of 2021. I posted backyard bird videos for my Grandma Tommie. Due to health reasons, she was not able to get out as much and I figured this was a way to bring the birds to her. She loved nature. She passed away in October of 2021. I continued my Monday episodes of The Lake Hills City Birds on my YouTube channel. I almost stopped because I cried every time I made a new video. I decided to continue with it. It helped with the grieving process. I post videos on YouTube but I have lots of photos also. So, I am going to try to post my photos here with some details about the birds I photograph.

Blue Jays

I have several Blue Jays in my backyard. I often see a pair together. I’m assuming that is a male and female. Blue Jays often mate for life, staying with their partner all year long. These are beautiful birds with bright blue feathers. They have several shades of blue on their back feathers. They are…

Pine Warblers

Pine Warblers are colorful little birds. I almost confused them with the Tennessee Warbler. Pine Warblers are larger than Tennessee Warblers. These cute birds live high up in the pine trees. We have 3 very old and tall pine trees in our backyard that they enjoy. This bird’s length is 5.1 – 5.5 inches, weight…

Tufted Titmouse

This little songbird is in my backyard year-round. It is the size of a sparrow or a little smaller.  Their Length is 5.5 – 6.3 in, weight is 0.6 – 0.9 oz, and wingspan: 7.9 – 10.2 inches. It is a beautiful little bird that is sort of a silvery gray color on top. It…

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