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Sunday, July 9, 2017

Feeding Baby




House Sparrows in my crab apple tree today.


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  1. Great shots..
    Our house sparrows were almost wiped out several years ago with disease. Happy to say they are staging a recovery. . :)

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    1. I thought that was the starlings. :)

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    2. I think Starlings were later. Come to think of it have not seen them for a while but glad a few sparrows are coming back. :)

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    3. Just so you still have enough for those cool mumurations!

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    4. Mumurations are brilliant aren't they?
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eakKfY5aHmY

      I have a theory why the starling population has become depleted. They all became shortsighted and crashed into one another . . . lol

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    5. And here I thought it was that they wanted to join us here across the pond! Don't be sending
      any red coats after them! haha.

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    6. Well, of you see any redcoats they will be claiming our country back . . . haha!

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  2. Great shots indeed
    Making sure there sure is enough to feed

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    1. Mom sure was busy
      and a little dizzy. :)

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  3. What a cute sight.....
    I wouldn't get any work done, for watching them all day long :)
    ~Jo

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    1. I was totally distracted from my work at my desk! haha.

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  4. Your nature shots have been amazing lately, Betsy. The squirrel one on your Instagram pics is amazing...and then there is the Blue Jay one...and now today's post. Awesome!

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    1. Thanks, Dianna...photography is such a fun hobby. I feel like I'd neglected it lately.
      So fun to get back into it. :)

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  5. They are sweet little things.

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    1. Yes, they are....very demanding and as big as their parents! haha.

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  6. I'm seeing a few more birds from the balcony. Lots of humming birds, and today some sparrows and I think a sterling.

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    1. Well, that's fun. Sounds like the perfect spot for bird watching! You're up there as high as the nests!

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  7. That first one is looking straight at you! Too cute.

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    1. She sure was keeping her mama busy! They love hanging close to the feeders...makes
      their job easier!

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  8. Hi Betsy - so much nicer than the squawking sea gulls I see, or the crackling jackdaws, or foul magpies ... the little birds don't get much joy here ... I do hear them in the bushes though when I'm out and about ... I love your birds and their garden haunts ... cheers Hilary

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    1. Well, I haven't seen a seagull in a while...need to be near the water!
      They steal your picnic food if you aren't careful!

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