My little friend look like he is mad about something cute expression and I like the way his foot is up on the feeder. I spend a lot of time watching the birds as I move from one room to another. I have great views and birds are important part of our environment they eat their body weight in insects. The Brown Trasher acts like he is digging a garden the dirt just flies constantly picking at the ground for insects. He came yesterday I see the Brown Thrasher and the Towhee for a week or two and then they are gone. I guess I am a refreshment stop for them I am lucky they remember this place.
Farm Report: The heifers and babies have had their shots and are in their summer pasture. The cows are later as we like to keep the heifers where we can help if they need it. The cows are calving at the same time but a different pasture. The anhydrous is being applied and that is going good. The planter has been checked out and is sitting in front of the shed. We have rain coming back in this week so we will see what the next job will be.
This fellow has a sharp eye and catches my birds. You can tell when he is around the birds make an exit and wait until he is gone. Sometimes it is hours. One day a squirrel almost ran into him on the ground that would have been a sight to see, not sure who would have won that battle
The Blue Jay only comes by in the early morning and will eat on the ear of corn that I have out for the squirrels so they won't eat the sunflowers seed it is a battle, some days he wins. Not sure how many there are.
This is one of my favorite birds to watch. It was storming when I took these pictures and he would look around when he heard the thunder and rain would hit him in the head but he never stopped eating.
Farm report: Yes we have been busy with calving not sure of the number but there are several little calves on the ground running around in the pasture neighbors love to stop and watch.
Looks like the rain has passed through and maybe we have a third of a inch all rain is welcome in small amounts as I think we need more moisture in the ground.
Until we talk again Be safe