Gray Catbird and House Finch Sunning Themselves at the Beach

Before today, all of  my avian sunning photos were taken at one location: my backyard and deck.

Sometimes I get the feeling that there’s something about me that encourages birds to relax and take it easy, as these new photos of birds sunning themselves demonstrate:


 These birds engaged in sunning behavior at Webb State Park in  Weymouth, along the rocky and detritus-strewn shore. I find it interesting that the catbird chose a location where he blends right into the background, up against a piece of concrete, while the red house finch picked a spot about 20 feet away, where the debris and plant life helped him to blend in, as well.



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