Birds Out Our Windows


We might have 20, 30, 40 or more every day. I’m talking about birds in our yard.

There are cardinals, wrens, doves, crows, chickadees, starlings, blue jays, catbirds, phoebes, warblers, woodpeckers, and more.

At first light, we hear them chirping and singing. Three or four pairs of cardinals show up first thing every morning.

A couple of hawks circle above and have a nest in a tree a block away. Hummingbirds dart from flower to flower.

In late winter the whole flocks of robins will dance around the yards. Every so often the larger ibises will make their way over to our yards. And sometimes a couple of sandhill cranes will saunter through.

Barbara and I enjoy looking out the windows or sitting on the porches and watching them and listening to them.

What are some of the birds in your neighborhood?


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