This wraps up our June pics to date. Enjoy this installment of 'Last of Spring'.
The resident hit-and-run artists, the Black-crested Titmouse, grabbing an early morning peanut at the office deck feeder.
The Red-bellied Woodpecker scatters all the other birds when he hits the feeder.
Female Black-chinned hummingbird.
That's what I call a wink and a smile!
Female Painted Bunting.
Inches away from the office window, the male Painted Bunting.
This Red-winged Blackbird was making a major color display. There were a couple of young males he was trying to impress.
The Lesser Goldfinches letting the House Finch female know that she is not welcome at the thistle feeder.
Catchin' a little sunlight off the green fluorescent feathers.
Confused Carolina Wren on the hummingbird feeder.
Carolina Chickadee enjoying the water dish off the porch.
Knockouts and morning glories puttin' on a show.
Deepest crimson I've ever seen on a male House Finch.
Study in the blues; Blue Jays, Victoria Blue Salvia, blue glass dish.
And we close the last of spring with the hope of the future; the Carolina Wrens feeding the babies in the church house on the porch. New life!!