Holy moose-poops! This has been a banner few weeks. The Robins were here in droves.
The Eastern Bluebirds are sitting on eggs.
Hearing their infamous sound drink your tea, drink your tea, the Eastern Towhees have infiltrated our surrounding brush.
And the eagles...
Well, the eagles soared over the yard all week, announcing their presence, and using the same path they took last year to and from the river. Of course, we are only seeing one at a time as they go to and from the nest.
Now, sitting on eggs, the adults are taking turns as they do...four hour shifts. I think the eggs should be hatching soon as it only takes about 35 days for incubation.
Oh and the hawks are still hunting and hanging out near the feeders too.
As long as they stay out of the way when it comes time to feed the young chicks, there shouldn't be a problem.