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It is that time of year where baby birds are being hatched in our backyard! They are so much fun to watch as they poke their little furry heads out of bushes waiting for their mother to feed them. They slowly make their way from one bush to another to finally venture to the back of the yard! They are already trying to flap their wings and pretty soon will be flying away. But it is fun to watch them and I thought you might enjoy the pictures. Next time I will have to tell you about the chipmunk and bird fights!

At first I could only see some fur and then realized it was a baby bird!
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He definitely made a lot of noise! And he always knew when his mother was coming with food. She would land by his bush, check out the area, then quickly dove in to feed him. And just that quickly was gone!

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And you can see he made his way to our back gardens! He was pretty active making it hard to get clear photos.

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I hope you enjoyed the baby bird! There were two babies and I am not sure if they are both the same baby or not.

7 thoughts on “Baby Birds in the Backyard

  1. chas2001 says:

    We had three robin families this year which we could observe up close: one each on bushes just outside our bedroom window and a third which nested adjacent to a back door. Lots of fun watching them hatch, grow and fly away!

    1. Bernice says:

      It is a lot of fun! Sometimes it is the simple things in life. Thanks for sharing your story! 🙂

  2. From our kitchen window– a bird seed feeder hanging from our orchid tree is an every morning show. The sparrows mostly arrive from the adjacent palm tree, where I’ve let the dead palms hang naturally– and where a whole community of these birds have lived for decades. I think one of the coolest things we witness is the fact that an adult bird actually peels the skin off of the wild bird seed before feeding it to the young ones. Nice post , Bernice. Just love this nature stuff.

    1. Bernice says:

      What a great story – thanks for sharing! Nature is a lot of fun and is relaxing! I would love to have a palm tree!

  3. Aww, they are so cute <3. We have a sparrow family living in our balcony… 😀

    1. Bernice says:

      Thank you! They are fun to watch!

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