Some of our nearest neighbors

Feb 25, 2010
Wolfe City, Texas
Almost every year we have a bird make a nest in the corner of our front porch and hatches some new little ones. She makes a mess with all of her mud and building materials, we just wash it down after she's done.

Here they are waiting for moma to return with some lunch

2013-06-02_P6027498_.jpg by Michael Presley, on Flickr

It's getting very crowded in that nest

2013-06-02_P6027507_.jpg by Michael Presley, on Flickr

And this is the moma - she's not a hawk, but she watches me like one

2013-06-03_P6037541_.jpg by Michael Presley, on Flickr

And we have a family of these guys nearby as well. We've learned to not keep anything edible outside or in the back of the truck.

2013-06-02_P6027514_.jpg by Michael Presley, on Flickr

They are generally nocternal but we occassionally see them during the day. this one was trying to sneak up and get some chips our grandson had thrown on the ground.

2013-06-02_P6027518_.jpg by Michael Presley, on Flickr

I'm not generally worried about them close to the house - they tend to come onto the porch almost every night. As long as I can convince my grandson to not try to catch them or pet them.

2013-06-02_P6027522_.jpg by Michael Presley, on Flickr

EM-5 and Panasonic 100-300
Jul 29, 2005
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Nice photos.
For the past two weeks I've had a security camera recording a Robin's nest under our deck. It started with two eggs and within two weeks the baby birds flew for the first time. Now the nest is empty.

It was addicting to watch and a lot of fun.

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