Colorful Spring

Our plants are all coming in late this year, not surprising given the winter we had and its late exit. However, our feathered friends are making up for them with the color they’re providing. I finally got some shots of that red headed woodpecker, although not good ones. He/she hangs around under the platform feeder where we have an inverted suet feeder. It’s shady under there and not a great place to get a good shot. We had a rose-breasted grosbeak enjoying the jelly today.

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