Roxy, Jennifer Rich

Female. Lives in United States. 51 years old.
Roxy, Jennifer Rich
Woke up to these cuties! Unfortunately, I’ll have to get them transported to a wildlife pond. But so cute!!!!
Roxy, Jennifer Rich
This guy swooped in trying to catch a meal at my bird feeder! Fortunately, my backyard birds were fast! He’ll have to go find a mouse!
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Rafael Belliard
Nice!
Roxy, Jennifer Rich
Had to take this through the sliding glass door. He’s shy! I’ve only seen him a few times. For about a week each Spring and Fall.
Roxy, Jennifer Rich
My morning visitors!
Roxy, Jennifer Rich
So cute! They fly in every morning and land like two fluffy planes, take a dip, munch some bird seed and then fly off. I feel so used. 🤣
Roxy, Jennifer Rich
These two have been visiting for about a week! Hubby keeps chasing them away. I know they are messy, but I just love them! I don't mind them one bit. we hardly use the pool anyway!
Roxy, Jennifer Rich
Roxy, Jennifer Rich
My little joys!
Roxy, Jennifer Rich
Roxy, Jennifer Rich
Oh my gosh!!! This was just a day or two ago. I found I’m just outside my sliding glass door just after a huge Santa Ana windstorm. Think he may have hit my door😱so happy he was just stunned. He stay...View More
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Herman Pienaar
Beautiful!
Gary Point
❤️
Roxy, Jennifer Rich
Roxy, Jennifer Rich
Oriole?
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John White
I don’t know US birds very well but that does look like it could be a Baltimore oriole 😀
Andrew Goodall
It certainly does.
Roxy, Jennifer Rich
Possibly an Orchard Oriole. He stayed for about two months! Seems hes moved on now. Probably migrating.
Andrew Goodall
Is it sufficiently russet coloured for orchard Roxy?
Roxy, Jennifer Rich
I’m not sure. I’m in Southern California so after further research, I think it is either a Spotted Towhee or a Grosbeak. A Baltimore Oriole probably would not be this far west. Although Orchard Orioles can be seen, it’s rare.
Roxy, Jennifer Rich
I saw another recently. Shaped more like a Towhee. He’s shy, usually two and only here for a few days twice a year.
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