Some of my coneflowers (echinacea) are starting to form flowers.
There are hundreds of bees (not sure what kind of bee the one below is) that are busy on my porcelain vine (Ampelopsis brevipenduculata).
The American Robin was shaking off the water so hard that it looked like she had hair covering her eyes.
The blackberry vines are beginning to form berries. They are growing through the porcelain vine so most of the visible leaves are from the porcelain vine.
There are hundreds of bumblebees mixed in with the smaller bees.
The bumblebees flit around amongst the different flowers.
I have a lot of brown thrashers in my yard.
The mourning dove pair were sharing a bird bath.
The juvenile cardinal and american robin were sure about sharing.
The carolina wren finally stayed still long enough for a photo.
There are a bunch of juvenile cardinals this year.
There were eight or so on my deck at the same time.
I like how soft their feathers look after a bath.
I like the dusky beaks on the juvenile females.
I finally managed to get some shots when the bird baths were relatively clean.
I love the way cardinals tilt their heads.