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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Home, Sweet Home?

Last spring, we had a surprise in one of the hanging planters on the front porch.


The plant had to die while waiting for the babies to hatch!

The last one out of the nest got scared when it flew up to the top of the shepherd's hook...

Rescued!
DH put the baby in another planter where he would have some safety...


Can you see me?

How about now?

Better?

Can you see me now?  I hope not!






19 comments:

eileeninmd said...

What a cutie, looks adorable hiding in the flower pot. Great capture.

Abhinav said...

Great! It's so cute :)

Kara said...

Oh how sweet. You got some great shots of them!

BlueShell said...

Oh...but I do see "him"! LOL...not in the first photo...but in the others...
Lovely Photos, LINDA
Thank YOu
BShell

Larry said...

Great shots of the baby birds Linda. What an adventure!

Gary said...

Fun post!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

FjÀllripan said...

So sweet! Lovely post. /Susanne

heyBJK said...

How cute! Great photos, Linda!

Carletta said...

Wonderful captures Linda!
I'm envious of the nest shot. :)

Jean said...

I see you!
A very cute post Linda.:)

mick said...

Very cute little bird and it looks so beautiful in among the flowers.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Beautiful pictures. What sweet babies.

Jocelyn @
http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

Springman said...

Great idea putting the baby bird in the hanging planter for safe keeping. I shall keep that one in mind!
;-)WBW!

Nancy said...

Awwww, I feel so bad for these poor little babies that lose their way. Yay for your hubby!

Kathy Felsted Usher said...

I loved this post! What a cutie.

EG CameraGirl said...

I hope the dear baby survived!

Jenn Jilks said...

I'm not truly addicted to planters, but my tree frogs are. It seems too labour intensive to be watering them, here in dry Lanark. I admire those who can remember to maintain them!!!!
Greetings from Cottage Country!

Linda Kittmer said...

What a lovely experience. Well worth sacrificing the hanging plant. LOL

NixBlog said...

Great shots!