The hummer nest grew, and we finally got to see Buntings, always the delight of the pilgrimage.
The Indigo Buntings were so numerous at Butch's carousel feeder, I was tempted to get a shot with all six boxes full.
Papa Eastern Bluebird was a faithful watchmen. I re-positioned hoping for a better shot, but they didn't like me so close.
What started out indiscernible as a nest, became a recognizable lump on the branch.
First time a Painted Bunting visited me down at the 'Sanctuary' on the East Frio.
A cropped 'Sanctuary' view; place of worship, and peace!
A diligent worker sees results!
Now here's a reason to spend more time at Camp Live Oak, documenting the process!
Green Kingfisher dropped by to say, see ya next year!
Such a blessing to enjoy these birds on our annual Frio pilgrimage.