Although we're still in winter, it won't be long until spring arrives.
The male rufous-sided towhee was enjoying a mild day.
The female towhee below was also enjoying the day.
I realize I'm projecting human feelings when I talk about the animals but I'm going to do it any way.
The yellow rumped warbler comes to my deck with I put out cold weather treats.
The male cardinal looks like an exotic flower to me.
I caught the female rufous-sided towhee with her mouth open.
In the next shot a male towhee has his mouth open and a sparrow is blending into the deck.
Below is another male towhee.
Last but not least is a female cardinal.
Dear Carver, you prepared an adorable set of images.The moon is so romantic, a perfect shot!
I think the flowers are confused with the weird weather. A great series of shots!
Carver, I would love to see a Towhee at my feeders or even in my yard. I believe I have only seen them a few times in my yard. It would be cool to have them as regular visitors. You are lucky! I love your moon shot! Wonderful collection of photos.
what a lovely lot of birds.
As always, your photos are wonderful! The moon, within the feathered-ones sets a sweet tone.
Very nice collection of birds!
And it's already Spring in your world! Lucky you!
It's almost here! That little narcissus is a survivor! I think it's pretty hard not to ascribe human feelings to our animal and bird friends! Especially yours, because they always have such personality.
I love the moon photo..I talk about birds with feelings and I love it when others do. You can't observe them day in and day out and not observe all their interesting behavior and identify with it.. Michelle
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