Each spring, I look forward to the return of the Eastern Towhee and Cedar Waxwing birds.
Eastern Towhee (April 9, 2009)
The Eastern Towhee is found on our land in any brushy area, especially where the multi-flora rose has taken over. This bird, seen for several weeks now, also feeds on the ground under our feeders.
Cedar Waxwing (April 11, 2009)
This past week, I have been lucky to see a flock of Cedar Waxwings drink out of our little waterfall.
I don't know how long they will stay but they brighten the day when they are around.
The birds also were drinking out of this puddle in the driveway.