Yesterday, there was a flurry of activity in the dogwood tree (the same one from Saturday’s post). Several juvenile tufted titmice were flitting around the branches for a few minutes, so I grabbed my camera and started snapping pictures (see below for a couple of different shots of one of the birds). In the midst of all of that, a hummingbird landed on a branch long enough for me to get a pretty good shot (see header photo above).
Robins + Dogwood Blooms Opening = Springtime in North Georgia
The dogwoods are loaded with buds. It’s going to be a beautiful spring in Bent Tree.