Even though one of the little ones had fledged, mom was still feeding the other one.
Mama Bluebird spooling up for the short hop to the nest with a last snack for the little ones before the sun dropped behind the mountains.
Caught this Ash Throated Flycatcher perched in some nice late afternoon lighting.
Three point muley in velvet. The deer are putting on some weight this year as there is plenty of forage and water.
One of the nestling Western Bluebirds contemplates the big wide world and where Mom and Dad are with the next meal.
One of the fledgling Western Bluebirds paused on a branch to catch a ray of sunlight through the trees.
Juvenile ground squirrel wanted to ask mom some questions.
Momma Bluebird loaded with snacks for the little ones. I'm partial to the first/last light of the day when you get the shadows to sometimes create very contrasting images.
It was a cold and blustery morning, with mist flying from time to time. Most of the Violet Green Swallows were hunkering down and would let me get fairly close.
Mom getting ready to feed one of the little ones a tasty ant.
Acorn Woodpecker warning the others 'My tree'. Of course that really didn't work as there were about forty of them flying around this large tree looking for snacks.
One of the European Starling adults bringing in a healthy dinner of grasshopper to the little ones.
Momma Bluebird decided she wanted some alone time as the begging juvenile tried hopping up to her perch.