Saturday, May 14, 2011

Our New Neighbor-Camera Critters


Soon our neighborhood population will increase. No birth control pills needed here!

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22 comments:

  1. What a majestic support for a nest!

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  2. Please don't turn the water on! I trust there will be follow-up posts in due course.

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  3. The nice house in yesterday's post looks unused, yet the bird in today's photo made her nest in a rather exposed fountain. That is one problem with birds. Sometimes they make their nests where they want to rather than where we want them to. We have roll-out shades on our Scottsdale house that provide nesting sites for several families of sparrows.

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  4. And you will be rewarded with sweet melodies.

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  5. No messin' with this nest!

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  6. Superb!!! I LIKE this kinda population explosion. Come by and see our TWINS if you find time.

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  7. Now that's an inspired place to nest and a lovely photo. I love the way that birds use what is available. They are such opportunists. We have a Canada Goose here that has nested in someone's boat.

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  8. This must be uptown living!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  9. Beautiful. It's rather a fail for nest camouflage, though.

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  10. Robins can be so creative about nesting spots. :)

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  11. Fantastic!! What a beautiful place for the nest.

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  12. What a wonderful, wonderful photo. I just love it. I must send this link to my husband (getting him to look at my computer is impossible).
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  13. No one will mess with her eggs bec the lion is guarding it for her. :)

    Camera Critters On Stamps

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  14. It's not always easy to find a place to build one's nest. But once you have your nest egg, you'd better have a place!

    Lovely shot. Robins and the best!

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  15. A cute, cozy critter! I'll post a photo of the baby birds on our front door soon....
    Thanks for your dog comments before and after the BLOGGER web problem!

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  16. What a great shot - and a lovely place to have a nest...

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  17. What a hilarious place for a nest! My Camera Critters is of a bird also :)

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  18. A very stylish place for a nest.
    And probably a safe place too.

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  19. How cute! Very clever little bird.

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