Blooms and Birds

May 14, 2013 1 min read
Today’s post isn’t about teaching, just some fun photos of our garden in bloom. We have also been enjoying the birds out our kitchen window! First photo is before the roses bloomed, the second photos is during the first bloom (same lamp is shown, but from different angle).

Above is a quail, very common. Sometimes we see covey of over a dozen in our front yard or running across the street while driving.

Above is a Robin Red Breast, very common year round.

 Not sure what the above is, but it is common year round.

 Above and below are black headed grosbeaks… not common. But we see them for about 10 days every spring while they are migrating.

Hope you enjoyed this little nature break!!

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