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Sunday, August 31, 2014

Feeding Baby







It's the next chapter after the Love Story!
You can see those photos HERE.

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    1. Thanks, Adam. I've been following the cardinal couple all year...fun stuff.

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    1. Isn't that so sweet? I could hear the baby chirping with the windows down! haha.

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  3. Great shot of the baby feeding . . . . and an interesting continuation of the love story . . . . :)

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    1. So fun to see the babies...have to keep the feeders full to help out mom!

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    2. How many babies do you think?
      What's happened to the skunks?
      Didn't they raid the bird feeders?

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    3. I'm not sure how many! And I, thankfully, haven't seen the skunks in a couple of weeks! They couldn't get up the trees into the feeders, but ate what was dropped to the ground. I still fill the feeders every day for the birdies!

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    4. You are just like Snow White to the birdies . . .

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    5. And of course I am Prince Charming ! . . . . . lol

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  4. cool capture of them feeding...
    kinda glad my mom did not spit
    food in my mouth though...

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    1. haha...me, too! Or bring you bugs...lol....

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    1. You know, photographing them would be so much easier if they would come land on my window sill! haha.

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  6. Aww what cute Betsy!
    Love these pictures:))

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    1. Aren't they sweet? Mom was working hard!

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    2. I think my dove is single mom lol
      I dont see the dad!
      She is always alone!

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    3. Yes poor sweet dove and when arrive at home she looking me from the nest lol

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    4. Aw...that is so cute! She knows you, of course!

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  7. It is fun to watch the adults put up with the sqwaking as the youngsters demand food even when they are out of the next. Great photos.

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    1. yes, he was just as big as she was but still did that squawking and wing fluttering. She looked tired...and she was molting, which added to her disheveled look. ha.

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  8. Very sweet pics of Chapter Two! Guess what? I had a male cardinal flirt with me yesterday in my friend's garden. He came so close to me and sat in the bush chirping away. I could almost touch him. She was using my phone so I could not get a photo - plus he might have flown away if I moved. But I thought of you!

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    1. Aw...how sweet! Too bad you couldn't snap a photo!

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  9. Sweet photos. It's so much fun to watch the interaction between parent and baby.

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    1. I always look when I hear that tell-tale sound of babies squawking. Very fun to watch!

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  10. Forgot to add - I love your header!

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    1. Oh, thanks, Pat! Gloria (blog friend) sent that to me from Pinterest.

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  11. The love story goes on
    Feeding from dusk to dawn
    Great shots indeed
    Sure have to stock up on bird seed

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    1. Bird seed and cat food
      to feed my big brood.
      haha.

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  12. You have captured the moments nicely. Superb.

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    1. Thanks, Rajesh! Boy, trying to focus on a little bird through all those branches and twigs was crazy! ha.

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  13. These are really sweet. It makes me think of our bluebirds where we used to live. (Where I live now, there's too many birds to keep track of them).

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    1. Too many birds? I can't imagine having such a problem!

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    1. Isn't it? I enjoyed watching them! Hard to photograph, though!

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    1. It was lovely to watch, too. I wonder if the dad was off feeding another!

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  16. Awwwwwwwwwwww, sweet!!! Such great photos of the family with all the green....and so well hidden. You did good.

    Thanks for linking to I'd Rather B Birdin' this weekend...it's always appreciated!!

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    1. She did keep him hidden! But he was big enough to fly off a ways and a few times she had to call after him. Haha typical kid!

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  17. Nice to see your Cardinals Betsy. Next instalment please.

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    1. I wonder what that next chapter will be! Too bad I missed the eggs in the nest.

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  18. From love story to much hard work! It's the same for us all.

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  19. Love reading all about your Sunday (minus the swirling water) ... sent you a Google+ message (I think) .. this is like a foreign country I've never visited!

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    1. haha..oh, the swirling water! lol....oh my!
      I joined your Google+ circle! yay!

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  20. So sweet! Have a blessed Sunday!

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    1. Thanks, Terri...it's been a good one!

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  21. So sweet! What a great moment you captured!

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    1. I was happy I got to watch....so fun!

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  22. so nice to see the fledgelings begging. :)

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    1. They do make themselves known, don't they? ha.

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  23. wow!lovely captures.Like all these captures,but the first one is the most beautiful for me....

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    1. Amila..you're so nice to stop over and read my post! Thanks!

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