Maggie. Oh ya, he has named her. I knew the day would come.
I filled the feeders, added a tube-feeder filled with sunflower seeds and then planted some wildflowers in pots. The chickadees were on the tube in seconds but I doubt this will be their favorite feeder as it takes some work to get the seeds. I have them a bit spoiled.
I took a peak over the fence and my neighbour has snow-drops popping through the ground.
Now that gave me hope for Spring to start to warm up this beautiful little (muddy) lot.
And I finally got a photo of my shy little Red. He eats alongside my birds and believe me he gets his share, and then some. He is around all the time. Just look to the left.
My friend Linda at Woke Up Got Out of Bed http://linda-keaveney.blogspot.ca/has a Red, too. Her Red is quite the scamp and Linda has a love/hate relationship with him.
I expect this one will become a nuisance soon but how am I supposed to not fall for that face. I know...I have Sucker written all over me.
Kari asked how I liked being a guest at the Easter dinner this year. I loved it mostly because I got to spend more time with the grandittles. They are the funniest three when they get together. :))) The meal was delicious and the lemon dessert was a hit. I could get used to this. :)
Audrey's hungry. Can you hear her at your house? *groan*