Male Lazuli Bunting
Lady facing the camera
This post marks the start of this year’s visit by the Lazuli Buntings, which began about a week ago.
These are not new pictures. Hopefully, we will get more soon of these gorgeous birds that seem to enjoy the Palo Verde blossoms even more than we do.
In the meantime, Sheryl captured pictures of a few of the other visitors and one new Lazuli Bunting picture.
An Abert’s Towhee
From the back
A Bunting up in the tree
One of many Goldfinches
A Spiny Lizard
A busy Hummingbird
A Yellow-rumped Warbler
As usual, Sheryl’s wild flowers are the stars of the show.
Ordinarily, we try to post some kind of a description of each image, but this time we will just say, “Here is a small group of snapshots of the front yard.”
This morning, Sheryl took this picture of a lady Costa’s hummingbird.
Our New Year’s Eve rain turned to snow leaving behind a two inch accumulation. Undaunted, this lady Costa’s hummingbird visits the early blooming Parry’s Penstemon flowers for […]