Saturday, June 4, 2016

Day 156 - 4th June 2016 - Red-Eyed Vireo, Yellow Rumped Warbler and Wisteria

My weekend off, think it's time to get a little birding in. Weather looks promising so maybe we will head to Sandhills Beach, then on to CSI. Oh yes, will no doubt finish off  with the grocery shopping before heading home. Should still get home early enough to do some things around home.
Friday was the last day of my first week at the Ross Thomson House. I'm going to love this summer. Great people to work for and with, lots of interesting things to do. Got my morning walk in, a little more activity but mostly higher in the trees so my shots are far from good. Hearing and seeing a few more Red-Eyed Vireos this week. The yard and feeders are still quite busy - lots of Robins around and I'm surprised there are four Pine Siskins still here. Not quite as many Purple Finches and Goldfinches as there were but a few linger in the yard.  Always something to enjoy on the back deck.

Lovely pink blossoms from Lois' yard - an Azalea of some sort.

Hiding among those leaves is a Red-Eyed Vireo.

Yellow Rumped Warbler
I'll try for more photos today but this is just part of my Wisteria that's blooming through the apple tree.

Enjoy your day!