It’s been a warm, dry fall so far. With the drought, birds and critters have appreciated the water in birdbaths and the pond. But the drought was broken as reported in our previous post, and we have started hearing toads again at night.
A flock of several hundred grackles passed through a few days ago and we have started seeing Ruby-crowned Kinglets. Surely colder weather is not far off.
Trees do so much for us and this time of year they are just spectacular. All of these pictures were taken today in Peachtree Park, perhaps a week past their prime. Enjoy them and help protect our trees.