Bees and butterflies aren't the only ones. Hummingbirds are pollinators, too. See the dusting of yellow on the top of his beak? He's been transferring pollen from flower to flower. The first photo shows the hummingbird version of licking his lips with his loooong tongue.
A Bergamasco at Bendición de los Animales on Olvera Street. The photos are up!
They have a beautiful flute-like, haunting song, an ethereal sound of the forest. This one is at Descanso Gardens.
An industrious Scrub Jay gathers an assortment of nesting materials including various size twigs, grasses and plant fibers. The nest is deeply hidden in the densest part of the bush.