Crepe Myrtle in the foreground, Japanese Maple in the middle and Cherry in the rear.My realtor Linda gave me this sweet pink Columbine last year when I saw our house for the first time.The dragonflies are making their appearance. This Common Whitetail female is on the edge of the woods.
Where the little wild clover belongs.This might be a blueberry but since I never paid attention to blueberries, during the few times I've picked them, I could be wrong.We put a Martin house in the field by the road. I've seen Martins flying above the house but not seen any takers here yet. There is a pair of Bluebirds checking it out though.Sadly, I've noticed a couple finches with the eye disease that can weed out the weak.
Most of my finches are no longer here and the few that have the disease are struggling for food and water.
You are not necessarily supposed to feed them but I haven't the heart to take away their only place for comfort.
Morgan has made friends with this little one.I've read that there is no known jump to humans with this disease, and they don't treat it because it might make the disease more resilient."No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted"