What’s Up? – Gradually out of Summer
Gradually out of Summer
We don’t have any rain in our path according to the weather forecast. However, at least the temperature has dropped about 15 degrees lower than what we had all along the summer and part of autumn. We are also seeing a quick turn of leaves color and breezy winds helping undress trees from leaves.
I’ve seen more birds at the feeders since the temperature dropped. I guess they might feel more comfortable to be longer exposed to the sun. I was very happy to see an Eastern Phoebe in my backyard again. My Carolina Chickadees are extremely busy taking seeds to their hidden storages. Many Mourning Doves are always bunching up by the feeders.
My Northern Cardinals are there too, they are the most numerous locals and main attendees at the feeders (Depicted only every Saturday). The Ruby-throated Hummingbirds are still around! The Eastern Towhees are very active and even eating at the feeders (They are birds that prefer eating on the ground). House Finches are also locals and are also frequent attendees at the feeders.