10 thoughts on “Dried Fruit

  1. There is a crabapple tree in the center of our cul-de-sac laden with dried fruit. The robins eat them when they return in the late winter. Nothing else is available. They like worms etc as their foods of choice.

    1. Hi Jim, just like you we love to see the Robins hunting for worms in the spring and fall and it seems that once the worms have retreated from the cold these guys are not picky eaters and enjoy these dried berries and in your case crab-apples.

  2. Reblogged this on One Woman's Quest II and commented:
    Days confined to bed have been brightened by the feathered visitors who appear at our bird feeders just outside my window. While I lack the artistry to capture their beauty, I have discovered “nature has no boss”, where I find exquisite photos of many of my beloved birds.

    1. Hi V.J., you state your are currently confined to bed thus thoughts of you regaining your health are foremost in thoughts. We truly appreciate your sharing this post and that our photos have helped to brighten your days. We appreciate that immensely. Wishing you all the best.

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