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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Carolina Wren...

What a lovely way to end the day!
Our son sent us this birdhouse many years ago.  It was so cute that I kept it in the house for a long time.  Then a few years ago, we hung it by the front door and usually the Chickadees chose it to nest in.



But this year a Carolina Wren nested there and I have been trying to catch a picture of her.
At first all she did was scold me and stay in the bush near the porch but I was patient this eve and sat in a chair in the driveway and waited.  She never stopped scolding me but I was able to get these 2 pictures of her with a bug in her mouth to feed the young in the house.  Sure wish it had a glass wall so I could see, ha!  That would be great.  Hubby was always going to make one like that....
My wild heart to yours...

6 comments:

Marydon said...

Love that darling bird house ... & you captured her perched so beautifully, Kerrie.

TTFN ~
Have a beautiful eve ~
Hugs of love,
Marydon

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Evening Kerrie Sweetie...
I love, LOVE this photo of your Carolina wren. Isn't she precious? I love watching the momma birdies feed their babies, and they always build their nests in the most unusual places. We just never know.

Darling bird house and precious share. Have a great week dear friend. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

One pair of Hands said...

Another lovely post Kerrie. Your garden must be a treasure-trove for those who enjoy wild creatures. I laughed at your previous post and your reference to being loved by somebunny. I hope you will have a happy day.

welcome to my world of poetry said...

A wonderful bird house Kerrie. I would love one but the owner of my apartment have said no way.

Yvonne.

Beverly said...

Great catch, Kerrie. My husband loves birdhouses. He is on a mission to hang one on all the trees in the wooded part of our backyard. So far he has eighteen, and we love watching the birds pop in and out each spring.

Marianne said...

Such a pretty bird house, Kerrie, and how wonderful that your patience won...very lovely pictures. I just read in our local paper here in SE Texas that bald eagles have made their nest in a neighboring town. Isn't that amazing? They are already feeding their young. Wow!

Wishing you a favored day of blessings,
Marianne xo