Southern Ohio Birds

A recent trip to the Hocking Hills in Southern Ohio brought plenty of opportunities to bird watch.  Luckily, the cabin where we stayed put out a suet feeder, so the birds came to us.  Here are a few photos of the ones we commonly see there.

I managed to get a few shots of this Downy Woodpecker before he saw me standing on the back porch.

Here’s another regular visitor, the Nuthatch.  I love the way they hop up and down the tree trunk.

Other birds we often see are the Tufted Titmouse and the Black Capped Chickadee.  We also spotted a group of four wild Turkeys crossing the road in front of our truck. We saw them just in time and they safely crossed the road.


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