While out on one of my bird watching trips I observed a robin with something in his mouth....
When I asked Beth about it she said the bird was building a nest to lay eggs in....meaning having little birdies. She said they use lots of different things to make their nest. I always wondered why in the spring Beth puts the lint from the dryer out in our backyard. She told me today that they use that too! She also said that if I see a nest to LEAVE IT ALONE! We would not want to hurt any of the baby birdies! So JUST LOOK -- DO NOT TOUCH!
Mr. Robin found a bunch for his nest....
This funny little chickadee flew on our deck and went in the outside kitty bed (Beth put a bed out on the deck for the wild kitties that come over to eat and sometimes sleep....isn't she nice?) and anyway, it took some kitty fur....funny little birdie!
Here is a birdie that already has a nest built and no doubt has eggs in it already.
The bird is an osprey. They are soooo cool! I will write about them again this year in the
Bird Dog Reporting Show.
The nest is on top of a telephone pole.
And just because they are the coolest birdie around, except for the eagle I thought I would show you what one looks like OUT of the nest....
(I got this picture from the internet--but Beth took the others!)
So that's all I have to tell you today!
Birds make nests to have little birds! I learn something new everyday!
Later -- Remington -- observing birdies -- out!