It's in between time now, migration over, nesting and eating time. To get a berry down-the-hatch it has to be correctly positioned, can take several atttempts. This was one heavily populated berry tree. Robins and sparrows working lower branches.
Cedar waxwings upstairs, a cluster of them.
One very handsome young robin, adult size, but still juvenile.
Down the slope, egret fishing.
And then I saw fast movement. Didn't expect this, one female common yellow throat warbler, a straggler.
New York menu. Bread being fed upstairs-to-downstairs. Starlings will eat almost anything.
Bread got delivered to second kid across the way.
Nest gathering catbird.
It was hot and humid, sticky uncomfortable. Raccoon doing the smart thing. Nothing.