Great pics, Q :-) Do you get plagued by wasps though when you put out strawberry preserves?
I need to buy some cherries and see what happens. I rely on your observations :o) The birds are hungy without the bugs.
Dear Chris,I already have wasps and hornets and thousands of bees so I do not think I would notice! Plus the birds eat 99% of the preserves or the jellies every day, the raccoon finishes up what they leave.The stingers do not bother me or my husband. I think they are pretty.Sherry
Dear Mary,I kept reading on others Blogs how the birds were eating all their cherries. I do give dried cherries and raisons so I thought I bet some birds would like fresh fruit.Now I see Robins are joining the fruit eaters!Some butterflies also like rotting fruit.No bugs concerns me Mary.You need bugs. Bugs are proteinfor the birds. Hummingbirds eat bugs too. They feed them to their young.Okay cool down and rain.Ordered for you...Try and keep your spirits up hopefully this weird too hot and dry weather will change soon for you.I am keeping "East Coast Mary"in my blessings.Two limes in your water today for two times the yumm.Sherry
*****This is such a colorful post of photos, Q. The birds are beautiful.l~ sprite
Dearest Sprite,With all the butterfly photos I thought it would be nice to show the birds are still around. I sit withthem before and after butterfly time.It is a busy place!Love,~Q~
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