We have had a very wet March and for that matter we've had a wet four years or so.
I'd rather have too much rain than too little and at this point I'm happy when it doesn't freeze. We only had one morning with black ice this past week.
The mourning dove above was all puffed out on a cold morning and the female cardinal below took a bath in the sun a little later.
During a neighborhood walk I spotted the squirrel below on his own feeder.
I'm not sure if the warbler was getting ready to join the woodpecker but I like the way he looks like he's poised in mid air.
I like the way I can see more of the sky from my windows while many of the trees are still naked.
I think nuthatches are so much fun to watch.
The way they dart up and down trees makes it hard for me to photograph them.
Below the brown thrasher was facing a bird it scared off the deck wall. Although I didn't catch the bird that was in the air I did capture his shadow.
I think brown thrashers have crazy looking eyes.
The male cardinal below looks like a tree hugger.
The ravens below look like a handsome couple hanging out on the branch.
I'm surprised how well some of the tree's flowers are doing while others couldn't take the cold snap.
Even on gray days there is color to be found.
I was envious of how well the hellebores below were doing because mine didn't fare well this year.
I started to photograph the flock below on one tree but by the time I focused they had flown to another tree which is where I caught them.