The beauty and joys of our fall!

The fall bloomers are starting!

We love what fall brings!

Migration has begun.

 

Fall is upon us, the Monarchs, other butterflies, and Hummingbirds are storing up on nectar for their long journies.  The Rubeckia, Asclepias, Dalhias, Chrysanthemums and other fall flowers now dominate our landscape.  We also love the explosion of fall asters and salvias!

 

The Goldfinches are tending their clutches.  The credit of building their late season nests goes entirely to the female, although the males help in gathering materials. of weeds, bark and grasses.  We look high up in our deciduous trees to find these cup-shaped nests, and eagerly await the sounds of the young chicks peeping. 

 

The other wild bird population continue to delight us around the feeders.   Our favorites include, Downy Woodpeckers, Titmouse, Nuthatches, Wrens,  Chickadees, Cedar Wax Wings, and more.    The Blue Jays have been seen staking out their territory, and the Crows have come to feast on the high level of protein from the Magnolia seeds.  Of course with the bird feeders, the hawks came for a visit.

 

This year, 2018, we have welcomed bus tours, several garden clubs, a wedding, and other folks who reserved their day to have a tour and a picnic in the garden...we hope

to see you this year, too.

 

Here is our facebook page if you would like to see more current information. 

And other youtube videos.

        

        https://www.facebook.com/BirdsongPG/

 

        https://youtu.be/l7KJMSHo-us   

 

        https://youtu.be/EK5_qzO8MdU

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

"And myriad leaves, on which the Summer wrote
Her blushing farewell, at my feet were strown."

—Albert Laighton, “In the Woods”

 

"And myriad leaves, on which the Summer wrote
Her blushing farewell, at my feet were strown."

—Albert Laighton, “In the Woods”

"And myriad leaves, on which the Summer wrote
Her blushing farewell, at my feet were strown."

—Albert Laighton, “In the Woods”

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