We rearranged the lives of our flying pigs this morning
Now there are three feeders in the oak tree
and the two wren houses.
Left to right, the brown wren cabin,
the squirrel foiling feeder,
a lovely buffet of nuts and fruits,
the white cabin wren house,
and the finch log o'niger seed.
The feeders are hanging from long hooks (yea, Hamilton!)
and low enough for Emily and Laura to reach down to fill.
A week's careful consideration and I decided
better in the oak tree, and all that flung seed sprouting
in the lawn than in our lovely flower beds!
A finch, wishing I would leave.
Never mind her, fellows, let's eat.
A tufted titmouse.
The pictures are not first rate, but my pleasure in seeing these little fellows around is.
Next time I may have the tripod!
I am not over my recent computer debacle snit
But it is the weekend.
And I may take off next week, after I file the tax budget with the county.