Eastern Towhee

Nature in Sudbury

July 1, 2019

A calico skimmer at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
A calico skimmer at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
A cedar waxwing at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
A cedar waxwing at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
An eastern chipmunk at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
An eastern chipmunk at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
A chipping sparrow at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
A chipping sparrow at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
An eastern towhee at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
An eastern towhee at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
A Baltimore oriole at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
A Baltimore oriole at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
A scarlet tanager at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
A scarlet tanager at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
A widow skimmer at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
A widow skimmer at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
A woodchuck at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
A woodchuck at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.

Craig Smith photographed a calico skimmer, a cedar waxwing, an eastern chipmunk, a chipping sparrow, an eastern towhee, a Baltimore oriole, a scarlet tanager, a widow skimmer, and a woodchuck at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury.

Eastern Towhee in Maynard

May 16, 2019

An eastern towhee in Maynard, photographed by Gail Sartori.
An eastern towhee in Maynard, photographed by Gail Sartori.
An eastern towhee in Maynard, photographed by Gail Sartori.
An eastern towhee in Maynard, photographed by Gail Sartori.

Gail Sartori photographed this eastern towhee in Maynard.

Birds at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge

April 28, 2018

An eastern bluebird at the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Dan Trippe.
An eastern bluebird at the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Dan Trippe.
An eastern towhee at the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Dan Trippe.
An eastern towhee at the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury, photographed by Dan Trippe.

Dan Trippe photographed an eastern bluebird and an eastern towhee at the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury.

Nature in Stow

June 20, 2017

An eastern towhee in Stow.
An eastern towhee in Stow.
A great crested flycatcher in Stow.
A great crested flycatcher in Stow.
A northern flicker in Stow.
A northern flicker in Stow.
A white-tailed deer in Stow.
A white-tailed deer in Stow.
A white-tailed deer in Stow.
A white-tailed deer in Stow.

Steve from Stow photographed an eastern towhee, a great crested flycatcher, a northern flicker, and white-tailed deer near his home.

Eastern Towhee in Stow

April 21, 2017

An eastern towhee in Stow.
An eastern towhee in Stow.

Steve from Stow photographed this eastern towhee near his home.

Nature in Stow

June 28, 2016

The moon over Stow.
The moon over Stow.
From left to right, the brids are: gray catbird, male eastern towhee, house finch, house sparrow, northern cardinal, and female eastern towhee.
From left to right, the brids are: gray catbird, male eastern towhee, house finch, house sparrow, northern cardinal, and female eastern towhee.

Steve from Stow photographed the moon and birds at his feeder. From left to right, the brids are: gray catbird, male eastern towhee, house finch, house sparrow, northern cardinal, and female eastern towhee.

Nature in Sudbury

May 4, 2016

Chris Renna recorded this video of a red-shouldered hawk, eastern towhee, white-throated sparrow, wood frog tadpoles and more in Sudbury.

Birds in Sudbury

May 11, 2016

An eastern towhee in Sudbury, photographed by Lisa Eggleston.
An eastern towhee in Sudbury, photographed by Lisa Eggleston.
An indigo bunting in Sudbury, photographed by Lisa Eggleston.
An indigo bunting in Sudbury, photographed by Lisa Eggleston.

Lisa Eggleston photographed an eastern towhee and an indigo bunting in Sudbury.

Backyard Birds in Stow

April 18, 2016

An eastern towhee, a pair of northern cardinals and a dark-eyed junco in Stow.
An eastern towhee, a pair of northern cardinals and a dark-eyed junco in Stow.

Steve from Stow photographed an eastern towhee, a pair of northern cardinals and a dark-eyed junco in his back yard.

Nature at SVT's Memorial Forest

May 30, 2015

A pink lady's slipper at Memorial Forest in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
An eastern towhee at Memorial Forest in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
An eastern kingbird at Memorial Forest in Sudbury, photographed by Craig Smith.
Craig Smith photographed an eastern kingbird, an eastern towhee and pink lady's slippers at SVT's General Federation of Women's Clubs of Massachusetts Memorial Forest in Sudbury.

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