A few weeks ago it was Rye Grass Seed Scattering day here in my Georgia Gardens.
A few weeks later, we have green grass!
At this point, the young Rye Grass blends in with the St. Augustine and Centipede grasses which still have some color in our lawn. Can you see where our resident Mole has been busy at the bottom of the picture? Grrrrrr, you little stinker.
I love the green color to grass year round thus, we spread the Rye seed each Fall.
On Tuesday, I heard a hammering sound outside. Thinking it was my handy neighbor working on a project in the yard, I just ignored the sounds. After about 30 minutes or so, I decided to investigate a bit closer. Lookie what I spotted.
A female Pileated Woodpecker hard at work. Not sure if she was just enjoying a meal or making a nest. I am pulling for the nest as it would be awesome to witness the progress of GREEN GRASS AND BABIES, In the Garden...
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