We still have a lot of snow, but it’s almost mid-March, and thankfully it’s starting to melt. 🙂
With the glorious weather we’re experiencing, I thought I’d snap a few photos of a nest a pair of Robins built last year.
It’s in the hydrangea bush along our front porch, and once the foliage grows, you can’t even tell the nest or the robins are there, except when they fly back and forth with food for their babies.
I do hope when the Robins return, which should be in a few weeks depending on the weather, they’ll reclaim the nest and take up residence so I can enjoy watching them once again.
We were lucky to see this magnificent Barred Owl, yesterday.
It was sitting on the fence, keeping a keen eye on several Ravens, Crows, and Blue Jays who began to gather in the tree above. They were all squawking furiously at him!🦉
Apparently, Corvids don’t like Owls very much, and after witnessing this, I imagine the feeling is mutual.
It’s lucky for me they don’t like one another!
If they weren’t squawking at the owl, I wouldn’t have known it was there. 🙂