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The birds and the bees

Putting the pix behind a cut because they got a little big.


So today it got to 82(!) and therefore I put the birdcage outside so the peeps could enjoy it.

(Also, cleaned their cage, put in fresh paper and they all went to the bottom of the cage to check out the new headlines! I think they wanted sports or comics.)


One bird - either a wren or female cardinal - came to check them out but I couldn't see them in time. Then a pair of yellow-rumped warblers stopped in, actually perching on the side of the cage to look in. My birds didn't care.


And the bees! One bumblebee, lots of smaller bees that I assume are honeybees. No carpenter bees that I could see.

The hard part for me of getting the pix outside are: it's bright, which means I can't easily see my phone screen; I'm trying to get pictures of something alive and moving; the camera decides what it wants to focus on.

That said, I did the best I could, so:

First, a bee in the canola.


Up close so you can see exactly where the bee is:


Second, bees in the lemon! Soooo many lemon blossoms coming up. I don't know what we'll do if we get this many lemons next November.


And the up close shot.


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