At our suet feeder during a snow storm
I came upon a dead female Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker on the sidewalk. I photographed it and began to walk away; within moments a crow came over, picked it up in his beak and flew off with it. The crow landed and started to peck at the Sapsucker, then picked it up again and flew away with it in his beak.
Flying with dead pigeon in talons.
Using the top of the barrel as a birdbath.
Check out that beautiful black coat
Gaggle of 12 geese
Male on Potomac
This bee came to inspect some bright colors but left unfulfilled.
On a dead tulip poplar.
Growing on a beech tree (see 4th photo).
Crossing the road.
In DuPont circle
This bird may have made the local urban rodents nervous. I saw one of them make a run for it from one hedge to another. The bird saw it too, and moved from a tree perch to a nearby bench to make a couple of forays into the bushes, but without any luck