During a short stay at my brother-in-law's ranch this past week near Twin Bridges, Montana, I took a few photos of some of the birds that frequent their front porch and yard. I could have spent a couple more days just watching these colorful birds.
Male Bullock's Oriole coming to the feeder for grape jelly and oranges.
Male Mountain Bluebird standing guard at the house.
Female Cassin's Finch with the typical pronounced crest.
American Goldfinch wondering when it will be safe to return to the feeder.
House Finch enjoying a breakfast of sunflower seeds.
A Grackle trying to get his turn at the birdfeeder.
Another Bullock's Oriole.
A female Western Tananger enjoying the orange and jelly.
Male Western Tananger.
Male and female tanangers at the feeder.
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