Since retireing it has given us a chance to slow down and take in some sights. Feeding the birds has really opened our eyes to the multitude of locals and the migratory that come through. We keep a log book of arrivals and departures and going back it appears fairly predictable. Here is a Scarlet Tananger that hung around all day. Next day was nowhere to be seen again. Was so tame we could walk up to him within 10 feet. I don't think he ever saw a human before the way he acted.
Edited by dnoblett, 25 May 2017 - 10:19 AM.