The red spider mites are taking over the joint and the temperatures are topping out at over 100 degrees, but apparently some creatures find this environment appealing. Looking through the front doors to the back south east corner, I found a little surprise.
A female cardinal built her nest in the pencil cactus.
I guess the pencil cactus and plumeria providing nearby support are going to have to stick it out in the greenhouse a little longer while they play host to a family of cardinals.
I think Mrs. Cardinal has laid 3 eggs. I've tried to respect her privacy and not invade her space too much.
Through the back windows you can see that there are still a lot of plants in the greenhouse. Unloading will continue, but I'll work around the cardinals and try not to bother them too much.
Smaller plants get loaded into my trusty, faded yellow wagon and off they go to find a home under a shade tree.