This afternoon I spotted two birds in the middle of a courtship mid-air chase, looping around trees and doing some impressive flying tricks in unison. They split up into trees on either side of the driveway, and I tried to draw closer to the one I could see. Based on the photo, I'd say they were Eastern Phoebes.
Earlier this morning I noticed a pair of cardinals near the back feeder. The female perched on the top of a post near the feeder, while the male flew in to feed. Next thing I knew, the male flew to the top of the same post and fed the female a seed. It looked like a kiss. I was so surprised! A while later, after the female flew to a nearby bush, he repeated the gesture. It was so sweet! Oh, to have caught a photo of that! Spring is definitely here - the birds know it, and the bulbs do, too!