(taken through screened window)
A bit later, I saw five of them on my neighbor's roof, two drinking melting snow and three warming up on the chimney. Smart birds! If it's a cold day, look on your neighbors' rooftops and see what you find!
Meanwhile, back in the "staging" tree, there was a really fluffed up Mourning Dove, also doing its best to stay warm in the sunshine.
These two bluebirds posed for an early Valentine's portrait!
At lunch I checked out the Southboro Rural Cemetery again. Same animal in the same hollow tree. Same view. Some day I intend to see its face!
After, when I was at the corner of Cordaville Road and Route 85, I saw a flash of wings so I pulled into the parking lot. I found a couple of American Robins and at least 5 Eastern Bluebirds among the bittersweet. They are so pretty against the blue sky.