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Robins' Fiesta!
 
ARALIA SPINOSA trees and shrubs grow everywhere around my neighborhood, reach in the clusters of dark purple-blue
berries.  They are toxic to humans - but provide nutrition to birds and wildlife.



Cedar Waxwings feeding on Pyracantha and some other WINTER berries


And they are still here on MARCH 28th, enjoying fresh new buds and new young  leaves

European Starlings - lots of them around during our Fall-Winter days!

 

Mr. & Mrs. Northern Flickers


Acorn Woodpeckers and Nuttal's Woodpecker enjoying my apricots

  Black Phoebe   
 Chestnut-Backed Chickadee
Mr. & Mrs. Finch    Mourning Dove

ONE "VERY HOUSE" WREN

This little HOUSE WREN sleeps during cold nights in the vent hole under garage roof.
He appears quietly at dusk and disappears before the daylight comes up
.

On my apricot tree - Flycatchers?

Mr. & Mrs. Lesser Goldfinches
Can you count 7 ?
Perfect "Camouflage"
Mr. & Mrs. Blue Jay? 
Mockingbird 
  A little Sparrow


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