Every spring dozens of birds take a rest on our property during their spring migration north. I try to photograph as many as I can. Our Great Horned Owls started nesting around March 24th. They found a different nest to use this year. We can see her through the telescope from our ‘bear room’. Since the snow melted we are seeing more deer. The Honey Bees have also been around the house looking for food. They are supplied a barrel with sugar water until the dandelions bloom. Mother Nature still can’t decide if it’s still winter or spring as we still get the odd snow storm. The moisture is good so I’m not complaining.
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It’s great to see so many birds flying through your area. Just a couple of notes: Nuthatch is the Red-breasted Nuthatch; junco is the Oregon Junco [we had one here one year, but these are western birds compared to the Dark-eyed Junco which we get throughout the winter]; and the (?) looks like a young robin. Looking forward to seeing more migrating birds & wildlife.
Can’t believe the number of birds that delight in being on your property! Well, they must know how much you appreciate and enjoy them!