This is one of our busiest feeders. It's under the pine trees. Everything eats on it. the doves will eat under it, so nothing goes to waste.
This is a hummingbird feeder hanging near the honeysuckle vine. The hummingbirds haven't been eating here as much as last year. I have seen some goldfinches in the honeysuckle. Maybe they spook the hummingbirds.
There's a little water pond near the shop also. All the birds drink from it. We have 3 birdbaths also. I have been trying to get pictures of our bluebirds. I know they have little ones, because the parents are flying to and from their house so much. Hopefully one day, I'll have my camera at the right time.
It's getting ready to rain here. The forecast is for up to 3 inches of rain. I sure hope not. Take care everyone.
Watching the birds at the feeders is one of my favorite activities. I sure hope you don't get all of that rain :(ReplyDelete
It sounds like a wet week-end is on the way for you, Susie.ReplyDelete
We have no bird feeders because of the pigeons and crows; however, the mockingbirds, cardinals, and robins all think our fruit trees and bushes exist specifically for them.:-) They do not seem to be very congenial with one another, however, as we see them squawking and chasing one another often.:-) Not wanting to share, most likely.:-)
Have a good Friday.
We love having feeders out and watching the birds, too! Enjoy your day sweet friend!ReplyDelete
Lovley...... thank you for sharing pics of around your beautiful area.ReplyDelete
How pretty everything looks, Susie. We don't have any hummers this year- and not many last year either. I love your water feature. Everything looks lush and lovely- xo DianaReplyDelete
It all looks lovely Susie! It is raining here again this afternoon.ReplyDelete
It looks so summery and relaxing!ReplyDelete
funny, you lure birds and i chase them away! so scared of the little things!ReplyDelete
I could stand at the kitchen window for hours watching the birds come to one of our larger feeders. They all have such distinct personalities but Mr. Cardinal seems to be the bossiest! -- JanReplyDelete
You have a gorgeous yard. Hope you get a chance to photograph the blue birds. I hope you won't get too much rain and that you have a safe and happy weekend.ReplyDelete
Aren't humming birds fun? I love to watch them in the yard and always hope the dog doesn't scare them away. Stay dry. I can't believe you are expecting three inches of rain this late in the season.ReplyDelete
We would LOVE to have hummingbirds and have put out feeders but no takers!ReplyDelete
Lots of other birds so I can't complain. Bird watching is a fascinating hobby!!
maybe your hummingbird nectar isn't just right. or old...i have been getting a few but not a ton. we have had more orioles than ever. I had to rescue one last week from one of the stupid cats.ReplyDelete