Thanks for the photos.
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Blackberries are next. Found a few today but small and way to many seeds at this point. Most of the berries are changed from white to red so one more step to black coming up.
Just figured out what that is about. The young birds haven't mastered eating sunflower seeds at the feeder and bring them here where they are figuring out how to eat them. If they were to do this at the feeder all the seeds would just end up on the ground. Here they get to take a few shots at it and not loose the seed.
While they are learning to be on their own the mom and dad are still helping out as you can see in the later part of the video.
https://www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/polli ... moth.shtml
I give the kids a time with the camera and you never know what will show up when I view the "film". This was one that I hoped would come out well and it did.