In addition to some leftover April showers, the month of May is looking to promise to bring us something else – in addition to the inevitable flowers.
As we embark deeper into the spring, many of us have begun to notice the arrival of many of our spring and summer songbirds as they vie for the attention of suitable mates and head into the breeding and nesting season.
In addition to our finches, warblers, robins and wrens, many of us are filled with the anticipated arrival of our ruby-throated hummingbirds. Waiting for warmer weather, these small and high-energy birds keep us on the edge of our seats as we patiently await the first sightings of the season.
The good news is, we don’t have to wait any longer.