A flurry of activity in the backyard


peek-a-boo with a brown-eyed bushtit in the dwarf valencia orange tree

A few days ago, between the periods of rain showers, I observed through the kitchen window a group of brown-eyed bushtits suddenly fly into the backyard. They wasted no time eating insects on various plants as well as the petals of the cape honeysuckle shrub! After a few minutes they flew away, but I was able to get some images of them through the window.

bushtit eating cape honeysuckle petals

upside down view in the sapphire salvia

just finished snacking on the seacoast buckwheat plant

perched on the branch of a red salvia shrub

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