Brown-Eyed Bushtits in the Ray Hartman Ceanothus Shrub


Now that the Ray Hartman Ceanothus received a lot of water from several winter rainstorms, it is growing even taller, wider and lusher.

It is now over six feet tall, five feet wide, and always produces some blossoms.

Currently, brown-eyed bushtits are frequent visitors, as well as one or two yellow-faced bumble bees.

I was able to capture an image of a brown-eyed bushtit, but the yellow-faced bumble bees seem to always visit when I don't have the camera with me.

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