Western Bluebirds are out with their fledged young, who are flying but still need parent birds to feed them.
The juvenile bluebird has less defined coloring, better for blending into the trees and background.
Baby bluebird "parked" on utility wire while parents hunt for insects
Male Western Bluebird, at edge of tree limb, on the watch for insects of any kind.
Top of a fence post or any other high perch, or the end of a branch, is where you will see the Western Bluebird.
Discovered this Black Phoebe while watching the bluebirds.
It was on a post, then flew to this faucet, a shop building near the farm in the lower orchard.
Orange & yellow finch, back yard
Hadn't seen one like this before!