Tree swallows are cavity nesters that will also use available nest boxes. Watch for them in wooded swamps, marshes and near shorelines, zipping around eating insects! Photo: Tree swallow courtesy of Rich Leche/Creative Commons.
Tree Swallow makes its nest in the hollow of a tree. He skims on wings that never get tired. His bill is short because his food is insects from the air. He has short legs because most of his time is spent flying.
Staartmees/Long tailed Tit - They travel in groups but rarely come into the garden preferring to feed on buds and insects on trees.recently I've a few coming to feed on the feeders hanging in the yard :)
Robin's nest with eggs in a tree. Nothing makes me more excited than to discover a new bird's nest in or near the garden in the Springtime and to know that new chirping baby birds will soon be on their way.
One of the cheeriest winter visitors, the black-capped chickadee often travels in small groups, showing up at feeders with friends and family in tow. Each chickadee will grab a sunflower seed and then fly to a nearby branch to devour it.