Western Tanager during a tasty bug hunting session.
Mother Bluebird checking on the little ones in the nest. This was followed by several food runs just before the sun dropped behind the mountains.
This little Black Headed Grosbeak apparently fell out of the nest.
Western Wood-Pewee chose an interesting spot for its nest. I've watched over the last two weeks as it put a foundation in place and made many trips to gather the material for the nest. From a higher vantage I could see two eggs in the nest.
Father Bluebird checking on the remaining chicks in the nest as one has already fledged.