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Very fun to watch. :)
Good ole Daddy. What would you do without us? haha.I expect Mom was having a well deserved rest or doing the washing up . . . lolNice action GIF . . . :)
Mom was around...but feeding herself! haha.
Gosh . . she is still feeding herself . . . haha
Very cool! Poor Papa... he and wifey need a holiday. :-)
They certainly looked bedraggled. haha. I'm sure they'll be looking spiffy by winter with their new feathers!
Well done papa, he has a lot of work ahead :)This made me smile, thanks for that !~Jo
Baby was doing pretty well....found some seed on her own! And yeah, papa looks tired. lol....
I thought so! Good thing there was seed out there!
Moulting is so very difficult and painful! My daughter has had many birds, and the process is very sad!How cute to catch them feeding the baby...who...as always...is bigger than the parents! hahaha!!When do you leave for your trip???Cheers!Linda :o)
I didn't know it was painful! Aw...I have parakeets. They don't act any different when they molt.I just thought it was like furry animals shedding. I do have special seed for them when they molt. Poor things....
I leave a week from Thursday! :)
As I recall...it is the pin feathers that are very painful....
What a cute little video!
Glad I happened to see them! :)
this is so sweet. we were at the San Diego zoo a couple of weeks ago and the flamingo young'uns were getting fed in a similar fashion. They are a lot bigger but it is about the same process. So fun to watch. I am excited for your upcoming trip. I hope it is grand.
A trip to the San Diego zoo sounds wonderful! Last zoo I was at was Bush Gardens in Florida...I spent a good long time watching the flamingos!
I didn't realize the Dads were care givers too. Interesting and I love the animation.
Yes, that's common for all birds!
Hi Betsy - thanks .. what a wonderful clip and yes I'm glad you managed to see them and then 'catch it' for us - cheers Hilary
Well, there's always something interesting happening out that window. haha...birds, cats, neighbors....
Making sure she is fed awayThere at your bayWhen the kids leave homeThen he can look less ragged and roam
And empty nestand feeling blessed. :)
I wondered why our male cardinal looked like it was getting white spots on him. I thought he had a fungus but maybe it's only molting. Nice catch and Gif.
Yes, they are all looking a little worn. I love it when the winter feathers come in...all fresh and bright!
I saw the shot of two birds and thought the title meant dinner time for a cat or two.
No...I wouldn't have been so 'in your face' about that...some readers get upset! :)
Well, I was glad, for the birds' sake!
I like how you cheer on, even the wild birds!
Hope he heard me! :)
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