|Snow covering seeds on flat bird feeder|
|early morning male cardinal in the snow|
|Mourning Dove waiting turn at the feeder|
I get the greatest feeling of accomplishment when I spy a new breed of visitor to my gardens and bird feeder.
At the end of January, I spotted the Chicadee at the feeder and then I heard the Bluejay. A few minutes later it was there at the feeder, grabbing the nuts and flying away again.
|Blue Jay with male and female Cardinal at feeders|
I never knew that starlings stayed here over the winter but yesterday there was one at the feeder enjoying the mix of nuts and seeds. The mourning doves come and go but there are now two of them at a time where earlier on there was only one that I saw.
I've removed the screen from my window so that I can get some more pictures and will load them as I'm lucky enough to get them.