First I saw this elegant red-breasted robin on a roof top.
Then I saw another robin carrying a worm in its mouth.
With help from my friend, I learned where the baby robins are residing in their nest. You can see baby robins that I photographed last summer.
These purple wildflowers were in a field where the Battle of Monmouth was fought in 1778. I believe they are purple vetch. More on the Battle of Monmouth in an upcoming post.
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