Dear Sherry, your temperatures are warming up. Perhaps Spring is not far away??How wonderful, for a brief moment in time, to be part of the spring migration. Sometimes I get so moved by things I can barely breath.You have so many birds, a garden full of life. Your birds are precious and rely on your gardens for food. A small oasis, a place to stop feed and drink.What would they do without you?I did the RSPB yearly bird count a few weeks ago. I do it every year.The results are published in March. I always look forward to reading them.BTW I have posted on sanctuary. I shall be using it here and there to post sightings of wildlife in the garden. I need to keep regular notes for reference.
I just got back from the park and there are a pair of nesting herons that have been interesting for about a week! Building...working! One of them is busy all the time! Your photos are great! Love seeing what you see! ♥
Your bird shots are so clear and crisp - I love all the markings and plumage. You've really established a bird paradise on your property!
Wow, 24 cardinals. That is amazing. We are happy when we get 8-10. Those pictures of the RBWO are fabulous. Love those little RBNU too. Such lively little fellows.
sherry, i am so envious that your temps are above freezing, at least in the daytime! we are still very cold, although the birds are starting to sing! i heard a cardinal last week!!!
You got Robins!!!! send some up here, maybe they will chase away the snow. Got another 7 inches. By the way, there's new poems on the blog.
Wonderful backyard bird count weekend!! How lucky you are to have such a variety of birds visit your garden. Seeing (and counting) 24 Cardinals must have been a thrill!!
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