Thursday, April 19

spring Babies

The clump birch has gotten tall enough that new baby leaves are right outside our bedroom window on the 2nd floor. For some reason, one of the three stems of the trunk always leafs out first and colors up in the fall first. The local chickadee tribe are a frequent morning foragers, "phoebe-ing" back and forth to each other before sunup. I am not sure what is for breakfast out there, but I noticed a tiny spiderweb between the top two leaves when I looked at the photo on the computer monitor, so maybe it is arachnids? (you can see it if you click on photo)

1 comment:

Red said...

Nice shot. Doesn't take much for a chickadee breakfast but they have work for it.