Spring has not sprung yet…but the gears are in motion.
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5 thoughts on “Phriday Photo – White-breasted Nuthatch”
Definitely seeing signs of a change headed our way, but no new birds yet. This little guy looks like he’s not sure you’re trustworthy! Great shot.
I love the way nuthatches walk up or down trees. 🙂
Saw a baby bluebird on the railing of my porch the other day. Soon the indigo buntings will be here. It’s interesting to look at the year in terms of birding…after the indigo buntings, the next thing will be the proliferation of cardinal, woodpecker & blue jay babies…Always something to look forward to!
I saw my first Robin today, so I know spring is on the way! And a bluejay was at my feeder yesterday. The birds are starting to be more vocal, I can’t wait to hear them singing in the morning when I wake up.
Love these guys . . . it is only a matter of time till spring arrives! 🙂
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