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Love the baby birds, and your prize from Magic crow is fabulous - enjoy. Have a great week, hugs, Valerie
Thanks, Val. You have a great week too.Hugs
Awesome pictures and a great post Sandra.Yvonne.
Wonderful photos - and I love all of the featured birds.
Baby birds grow up and fly away.Vampire crow? Sounds like a new series.
awesome photos and winning the prize. Have a great week.
Thanks, Sarah. You too!
I do enjoy birds. I had a robin's nest on my deck which had a couple of eggs, but one day when I came home they were on the ground. I am not sure what happened. I was so sad :(
I empathize, True. It's stressful when they don't make it.
Sweet babies all grown up. Sort of. Love the vampire crow
Fun to watch new fledges. I watch a number of nest boxes and so enjoy the babies.
They are fun to watch:) Little sweeties.
These birdies are just so cute and so happy to see these pictures of them. I am thinking he looks more like a Superman Crow with a slightly evil edge or maybe badass is better:)
Badass crow....I like that too:)
Birds are so cute when they're young and still just a little fuzzy.
They sure are:)
We were just saying that we never see the baby robins around here. Always just full sized robins. Maybe we're just not looking closely enough!
Ours built right on the eves of the house. But baby birds are cropping up from nests I've never seen.
They look ready to explore indeed. Who knew there could be vampire crows
You may never look at crows in the same way again, Pat:)
I stopped by your blog today. Lovely pictures of the young ones exploring a new world.Ann
Awwww look at those cute lil birbs!!
Aren't they something? I love the look on the little wrens face. Like...you got a problem?
Sweet pictures. And I love your vampire crow.
Thanks, Elizabeth. Me too:)Hope you're doing well.
I too have been watching the babies, both big and small.
I've always wondered when parent birds know that exact time to give babies a push.
I'm not sure if it's a push or free fall:)
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Awww they're adorable.
They were awfully cute:)
Good job, snapping a wren. They're too tiny and fast for me.
I only got lucky because this guy was at the hopping instead of flying stage:)
Terrific. Now begins their steep learning curve to adulthood.
And that's a tough spot to be in:)
What sweet faces! Glad to hear they're out flying! :)
The robin was pretty much flying. The wren was really good at hopping:)
Vamp looks very happy! LOL! I love your baby bird pictures! Too cute! You captured them so well! I've been seeing many, but haven't got any pictures! Big Hugs!
I trust Vamp Crow likes his new digs:)
I love Badass Crow! Got me thinking! LOL!
There ya go:)
Aww! Those baby birds are so precious... ^_^And LOL, love the vampire crow! So awesome. Congrats on the win!
We had a storage building once that had baby birds all in it. They were very tiny
They are, aren't they? Minuscule little beings.
Such lovely photo's ... the babies look great!Enjoy the new weekAll the best Jan
Oh I so hope I'll get to see my baby wrens in person! These are marvelous photos, Sandra! And how special to be chosen!
Incidentally, I also had robin this year at our new condo. I didn't get to see them left the nest, but I saw them later in the back yard..No tail, and all fuzzy :)