This female Baltimore Oriole watched to ensure she was not being ambushed. It is so interesting that she and her partner come to the hummingbird feeder!
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Based on what I see I believe our redcurrant bush will be very prolific this year.
For us, the first half of May has been significantly colder than the historical norm, which has slowed down springs’ arrival. Then we had a month’s worth of rain in five days. As of Tuesday spring finally seems to be here to stay, which means that our redbud tree is bursting with colour!
This pair of wary Canada Goose allowed me to slowly approach within less than 10 meters.
Lucy asks if it is OK that she holds my place on the couch.
Of course it is OK.
As Lucy prowled the yard, her eyes lit on the ball.
It was good to see this Red-breasted Grosbeak at the feeder. I first heard its song on May 08, or just a week ago. Is it the same one as I saw last year? While it is impossible to say, I like to think that the one I saw last year survived fall and spring migration, and wintering where it did.
Living in the country, driving country roads, sometimes leads to interesting situations. We came upon this Muscovy Duck slowly crossing the highway so we stopped to let it complete its journey.