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thanks Nancy..now I remember reading that. I don't have them here in my area but sure a great admirer.
Yes, excellent nesting material! No wind will bring that nest down, (a hanging sack, not quite like the robins nest but unique in its own design)
randy, great photos...hope you werent' planning to use the boat cover....hope you get photos of the babies. I'm assuming they aren't cavity nesters but make nests like robins??
Great pictures Randy...I guess they don't care where the nesting material comes from.Anything goes.
My tree swallows are upset with the sparrows, they keep wanting to get in the tree swallows nest.
Great photos Randy! The bird must have been ripping up the cover for nesting material. Pretty smart!
A female Baltimore Oriole I saw today, she was busy tearing apart a boat cover.
I peeked in the bird house to make sure the hornets or wasp were not starting to build inside again and no sign of them. If you remember I read on the internet about putting tinfoil on the inside to make it slippery and I think it is working. I had emptied it many times before doing the tinfoil and now the tree swallows are building their nest. :)
I heard a wood thrush this morning, with his soulful song! I hope he sticks around. I would love a picture of him!
Beautiful bird pictures everyone...I had my first sighting of a Gray Catbird up on the patio this morning. He was drinking from my smal birdbath. Still no wren here, that was one of the most beautiful sounds we had in our yard the last couple of summers, I am thinking something happened to them. Hopefully they will make a late appearance. ;(
Loved seeing all the pictures.The birds have been singing some wonderful songs in the morning such a treat listening to them. We went for a walk on the levee to see our camp sight on Saturday. There was still around 3' of water on it, but hopefully it will be down in a couple more weeks. I saw a couple of Hummingbirds chasing each other, the first I've seen. We did see a Male Baltimore Oriole, too.
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