|all photos by Jonathan Schechter Feb 8, 2013 |
With winds howling and tree branches swaying the suet feeder just yards from my window
spawned a flurry of activity. Although ALL birds and squirrels are welcomed at my
feeder, I was delighted to have a red-bellied woodpecker and a half dozen eastern
bluebirds join the feathered feeding frenzy this morning.
And they best be wary, for by bringing birds to one point in an unnatural gathering
another bird, the Cooper's hawk may drop by for lunch: Nature's way - altered by man.
"My turn next?" perhaps that is the thought of this bluebird
Smart bluebird: Hunkered down among the thorns beneath the feeder