It was finally cold enough to break out the peanuts. The blue jays were dive bombing the feeders for the little birds and creating chaos. Every winter, I hang the peanut feeder, and the jays will empty it in less than an hour. Every summer, I find peanut shells scattered throughout my 10-acre property. I smile to myself as I contemplate the thought process of a blue jay - saving peanuts for another meal at a later time.
The $100 on wild bird food was money well spent 🙌🙌
There are a ton of birds down here right now flying south for the winter. It's a bit colder in Texas right now than usual and I think it caught them off guard!
Debbie, great pic with cardinal behind the blue jay. Beautiful color.