This bunny took about 3 nibbles and then was on it's way.
Then I saw a wren checking out the new house listed on the block. I think it was only looking and not ready to buy yet.
Then saw this robin searching for insects and worms. It was finding quite a few from what I could see.
So the other day my hubby emailed some pictures from where he was working. He is a technician for a heating and air conditioning company. He was on a roof top of a huge building repair one of the air conditioner units and what did he find inside of that unit? A nest with baby birds in it!!! He said that he was there the day before and all he saw was a nest with light blue eggs. They had hatched overnight.
I'm pretty sure they are robins. I'm always hearing about robins building their nests in the most craziest places.
And here is a shot of one of the units like the one that had the nest in it.
And on that same roof not to far away he discovers another nest!!! Out in the open in the rocks. He saw the bird that the nest belonged too, but couldn't get a picture of it. He said it was freaking out. Doing a little dance like it was injured to scare him away. We looked up in my bird books to try to figure out what it was and it called a Willet. It's like a sandpiper. This building he was at was next to the Mississippi river.
click on the picture and you can see the 4 eggs better.
This picture is from the website All About Birds
I think hubby still has to go back there to do more work. I hope he can get some more pics of the baby birds.
And here are some flower pics that I took this week!!!
This is a Purple Columbine that I've had in my garden for many years. I used to have many, but I only have one left now.
And I just LOVE Coleus! Here is one of the more interesting ones that I planted this year.
And my petunia's. I was able to get some really cool new ones this year!!
This is Phantom
And this one I am so excitied to get it this year. It was a new plant last year.
It's called Pretty Much Picasso! Isn't it amazing!!!!