Unknown plant naturalized or wild in our yard.
This is one of two violet species (or at least colors) that are naturalize or wild in our yard.
Two varieties (or at least two colors) of violets grow naturalized around our yard. This is one of them.
Got some photos in the yard before the lawnmower came. All naturalized stuff.
Hard to get a photo of him, he doesn't spend much time up on the rail - usually heads for the ground under the feeders, and doesn't stick around long.
Big, soft fuzzy leaves.
Very low-growing, tiny.
The dark brown furry blur that fled probably can't be identified, but the tunnel and nest it left, under a flat board, is pretty cool.
Orchard Oriole Male
Female Baltimore Oriole
Late morning. Too quick for my camera.