I've been happy to see a Mockingbird at my feeders all winter. I have no idea if he has friends or if he is by himself. I have only seen one at any given time. Hopefully he has a partner hanging out nearby.
Here he hangs out in the wisteria vines waiting for his turn at the suet.
I'm not sure if that tongue sticking out is in anticipation of the taste or if he's attempting to give me the raspberry!
As he flew back up and settled on the wisteria vine again I think this time he was just trying to get that smidgen left on his beak.
The above capture was one of those yes, it's a gray and overcast rainy late evening kind of day and the window is awfully dirty but we have to do what we have to do to record the first robin of spring.
YES, they're back!!! Spring must be on its way even though as I type this I can see a light covering of snowflakes on my deck. I should have guessed. On Sunday afternoon when I took this my backyard was full of robins. I haven't seen one since. Maybe they were mocking winter. Winter may linger but a robin sighting gives me hope!