May in the garden is the time when it really comes to life. Our garden is bursting with flowers and bees – wherever you go the busy hum is to be heard.
The frogs have laid and the tadpoles hatched; and the birds are tweeting out their new territories.
Anne Raver says:
To me, the garden is a doorway to
other worlds; one of them, of course,
is the world of birds. The garden
is their dinner table, bursting with bugs and worms and succulent berries
(so plant more to accommodate
So here are some birds that find their homes in our garden:
Abram Linwood Urban also said:
Poor indeed is the garden in which
birds find no homes