This is about where I was standing when I took the photo in the previous post. That’s a wild cherry tree blooming by the acequia. The cherries are tiny but taste just like the big ones in the stores or sold at the orchards in Velarde, but you have to get them before the western tanagers do. Which reminds me: putting up hummingbird feeders today! I’ll have shots of them and the expected orioles very shortly.
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