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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Fuzzy Wuzzy Baby Birds




Newborn baby birds with fuzzy tops. What could be cuter?

Just hatched and being closely watched over by her nearby robin parents.
 click on this shot to see a close up of these young cuties!

We have nests filled with babies in our Pine tree, two holly trees, Catawba tree, and apple tree.

 awww!

 If you look close, you will see a baby bird's big mouth open for lunch.



I hear the tweeting sounds of babies coming from all of our birdhouses.
I think the older and more rustic the birdhouse is, the more they like it. 
Earlier in the spring, I saw two types of birds fussing over ownership of this old house.




Yes, I think we are having an explosion of fuzzy, wuzzy baby birds in our little acre of green.

 
A mama robin sitting with her babies, their nest perched high in the pine tree.
 
Do you have an explosion of fuzzy wuzzy baby birds around your house?

8 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing your photos, Janet. The new little birds are so sweet. The best part of the spring season is seeing life being renewed! Hope you have a wonderful day!

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  2. That's cute how they go for the old houses. You've got some prime properties going on there, your real estate has gone to the birds ;)

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  3. Janet,
    What a wonderful posting of the little newborn birds. I love the photos. This is just so precious. I also like your header photo very much.

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  4. We have a lot of purple martins and I'm convinced this was the type of bird that "snitched off the nose" of the maiden hanging out her clothes. I've also heard a very happy little wren singing but I don't think she used the new nest we had put up for her. Your new picture is wonderful!

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  5. Hi Janet, we are having an explosion of birdies too. They are everywhere, blue jays, blue birds, sparrows, cardinals, robins, little yellow breasted birds, mocking birds, herons, turkey buzzards, red hawks, crows and many more I do not know the names of. Great pictures! Delisa :)

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  6. Wow, baby birds already. I probably have some around me here in KY but I'm not aware of them.

    Your new header photo is beautiful.

    -- barbara

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  7. Those fuzzy little birds are just too precious! I have little wrens building nests all over my porchs right now.

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  8. Amazing shots of the sweet birds : )

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