The red bellied woodpecker has returned to our feeder after a few weeks absence and the juncos are ever abundant as are all of the other little brown and gray birds that we can't seem to remember the names of no matter how many times Aunt Martha tells us what they are.
See what we found this week.
|Red bellied woodpecker.|
|Weathered black walnut shell half|
|Green tinted fungus|
|Part of a shoe that looks like it has gone through a lawn mower. This shoe did not belong to anyone here.|
|Black raspberry canes. Or are they blackberry canes? I will forever be confused between these two plants unless they have berries on them.|
|Trumpet lily (Lilium regal) seed pods|
|Grazing cattle behind us. It looks like they have a thicker winter coat now.|
|Weathered hydrangea blossom that was tumbling in the wind far from the hydrangea bush.|
|Junco on patio|