Birds Out & About the Inn

Bluebirds sighted near Hidden Meadow Inn (Photo by Rhea Wisniewski)

You can see a wide variety of birds here at Hidden Meadow Inn.

Here are some of the species we have logged in our Birder’s Journal:

*                   American Crow

*                   American Goldfinch     Click HERE and HERE for related entries in our B&B Blog.

*                   American Robin     Click HERE for a related entry in our B&B Blog.

*                   Black-capped Chickadee

*                   Blue Jay

*                   Bobolink     Click HERE for a related entry in our B&B Blog.

*                   Bohemian Waxwing     Click HERE for a related entry in our B&B Blog.

*                   Brown-headed Cowbird

*                   Canada Goose

*                   Cedar Waxwing     Click HERE for a related entry in our B&B Blog.

*                   Chipping Sparrow

*                   Common Grackle     Click HERE for a related entry in our B&B Blog.

*                   Dark-eyed “Slate-colored” Junco

*                   Downy Woodpecker

*                   Eastern Bluebird

Joanna saw her first ever bluebird here at the inn, when one landed on the front porch railing to show off his rosy breast and sky blue plumage.  Our plans for the inn include making and erecting bluebird houses that will provide nesting boxes for the New York State Bird.  If you would like to participate in our effort to enhance their habitat, please contact us or leave us a comment in the box below, and we’ll contact you when we move forward on this project.

*                   Great Blue Heron

*                   Hairy Woodpecker

*                   House Finch

*                   House Sparrow

*                   Mourning Dove

*                   Northern Cardinal      Joanna’s Mother’s favorite bird and probably Joanna’s favorite, too, for their bold, cheery song lustily delivered from the highest treetop.  You will find the cardinal theme repeated throughout Hidden Meadow Inn.

*                   Northern “Yellow-shafted” Flicker     Click HERE for a related entry in our B&B Blog.

*                   Red-winged Blackbird     Click HERE for a related entry in our B&B Blog.

*                   Rock Dove

*                   Rose-breasted Grosbeak     Click HERE for a related entry in our B&B Blog.

*                   Ruby-throated Hummingbird     Click HERE for a related entry in our B&B Blog.  Click HERE for PBS Nature Preview of Hummingbird Special Video, including slow-motion footage of hummingbirds in several countries.   Be patient while you wait for the entire video clip to download before hitting “Play” for a smoother presentation.  The video is well-worth the effort.

*                   Scarlet Tanager      Click HERE for a related entry in our B&B Blog.

*                   Tree Swallow

*                   White-breasted Nuthatch     Click HERE for a related entry in our B&B Blog.

*                   White-crowned Sparrow     Click HERE for a related entry in our B&B Blog.

*                   Wild Turkey

Strutting for the Ladies

Click HERE and HERE for related entries in our B&B Blog.   SEE ALSO. And here’s ANOTHER.

Other birds we have seen around the North Country include:

*                   American Redstart

*                   Baltimore Oriole

*                   Bank Swallow

*                   Common Loon

*                   Common Raven

*                   Common Redpoll

*                   Evening Grosbeak

*                   Eastern Phoebe

*                   Killdeer

*                   Pileated Woodpecker

*                   Ring-necked Pheasant

*                   Snow Bunting

*                   Snow Goose

*                   Turkey Vulture

and various Ducks, Hawks, Herons, Owls, and Seagulls.

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