I was out and about more during March than earlier in the year so I wasn’t around to see birds through my office window as much. I did catch the birds that seem to always bee around: the blue jays,
The mourning doves,
The juncos (they’ll be leaving for their nesting grounds in the north soon),
The titmouse, and
The Carolina wren.
There are the ones I see less often – so continue to view them as special:
the pileated woodpecker and
The northern flicker.
There seemed to be more flocks of birds in the yard and around the feeder/bath: cowbirds,
Robins of course (I always associate springtime and flocks of robins coming through…some staying for the season and others continuing northward).
All in all – a good number of birds around in March through high winds and snow….the swings of temperature. It’s been a wild weather month.