These cheerful, resourceful, little sparrows hang around the bird feeder in the back yard. It's a small, enclosed space. The big birds don't come around, so the little ones have taken over. Sparrows and chickadees, mostly, with a few nuthatches. Occasionally, a family of Grey Partridge shows up.
The other day we noticed that the large white rabbit, the model for the previous post on the Year of the Rabbit, was also back there. It was eating the corn that is too big for the little birds to eat. Nice how they all share. The good news that the rabbit had to share was that its ears are turning from white to brown. That means spring is just around the corner! That's welcome news. The sparrows were all gossipy about it.