Sherry,I can hardly keep up with your lovely posts throughout the day. What a bird! I'll probably never seen one :o/
I am sure all birds visit your garden! I have never seen so many species all in one garden!!P.S. More cacti tomorrow!hugs NG
Hi Mary,I just never know when I will be posting!! It all depends on Mother Nature and what she presents in any given day.I was very excited to see the Grosbeak. I only really was able to get the one shot. Maybe he will come back for a tasty treat!Sherry
Dear Nature Girl,I started keeping a monthly list of all the different birds that come to call. It is very fun to see a new bird. My husband says not all the birds can come here so we might have to venture forth some more. I seem to have about thirty different species each month. Some come in for a week than fly on North or South. I have become a stop over for weary birds.I have not seen the Baltimore Orioles now for two days. My Husband said even grape jelly will not keep a bird when he is hunting for a mate.Looking forward to more Arizona photos. When I was there it was November and not much was in bloom.Spring time in the desert is fantastic. Thank you for posting your beautiful photos. If I can not be there seeing your photos is best!
Yea!!! Happy for you Sherry! I just saw my first one a few weeks ago too. Beautiful birds.
Dear Jayne,Your photos of the birds that come to your Georgia home are lovely!I have the same Feeding Station that you have from Wild Birds Unlimited. I am going to set up the small tray I have for meal worms tomorrow only I will put the safflower seed in. When I put the meal worms out the Mocking Birds become very agressive! I think I will work towards getting the long hanging holder for more seed trays too. I did not see the Grosbeak today, hope he is still in my neighborhood!
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