My gang likes to sit in the window and watch the yard. It's especially good if a squirrel is on the feeder, but they'll watch birds, too.
Here are Samba, Morgan and Fudge watching the activity at the feeders. That is not a bullet hole in Morgan's back, though it does look like one. It's the cyst that had treatment last week. The area was shaved and there's some medicine on it to prevent infection.
This is what they're watching. There's a bird on the suet and another waiting his turn.
Now they seem to be looking over toward the oak tree which usually means a squirrel is on the ground. When I let them out, they'll run directly to that spot and go over it, inch by inch.
This Tufted Tit Mouse is looking back at the dogs.
Now, one of our Woodpeckers is having a meal. We have lots of Woodpeckers, a pair of Downy Woodpeckers, a pair of Hairy Woodpeckers A Northern Flicker and several Red Bellied Woodpeckers.
Samba is getting tired of birdwatching. We've put window seats in three rooms so that the dogs can look out easily. They seem to enjoy it and spend many hours watching the neighborhood.