One of the black birds have joined the driveway picnic. The morning Crow just flew overhead, it caws as it does every day.
The young cardinal males are running around half gray - female, half red - male. It's rare but I've had a few stay that way.
I have so many of the Tuscan Gold False Sunflowers from Mexico in the yard. They are small daisy like with a light brown center. I encourage their growth. They never grow higher then 2ft high at most. They are wild flowers.
I have Ruby-Throated and Black-chinned hummers. There are at least 6 or more. Some of the travelers have moved north.
The Black Vultures were checking out my yard flying very low and swooping into the yard. I was outside with Charlie they didn't seem to care. Some settled in the trees downhill by the pasture they had gathered in during the cold weather.
I have a White-eyed Viro I mistook for sparrows.
Both types of Titmouses are thriving. Plus the Carolina Chickadees are here still.
My Bewick's Wren is the noisest of them all.
Its still early for a number of birds. Can't wait to see what visits and what returns.
The sky is covered in a solid layer of. Stratocumulus clouds. No sun again.
Rain is dripping from porch roof. Going in as its cooling down.
Have a good day where you are.
Love All Life; Thank You For Posting! :)