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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Is It the Same Bird?

Day 2
They look like two different birds. But, they certainly love the same Japanese yew!
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  1. Ale fotogeniczny ten Twój ptaszek.Pozdrawiam serdecznie

  2. Great pictures! I love the one at the end. What camera do you have?

  3. I thought it looked like the same bird. Cutie pie for sure.

  4. AnonymousJune 01, 2011

    Pretty darn cute they perch repetitively like that. The shot on the birdbath is a sweet image with his tail straight up.

  5. I think it is the same bird, how funny that it likes to perch on top of the Yew.

  6. They look alike and YES they love that same Japanese yew. Beautiful pictures. I saw a bird in my yard that was incredibly beautiful. I'd never seen one like it. It was vibrant with colors of bright yellow and it looked like red or orange. I wanted to get my camera to capture it, but it was skittish and each time I moved, it flew away.

  7. I don't know if it's the same bird but maybe YEW know. (Sorry, I couldn't help myself.)
    Your palm survived the winter? Mine didn't. Sigh.

  8. Same bird or not, that yew is sure a perky little perch.

  9. Just cute! I love the black and white photo. That one is just so chubby. Thanks for sharing. What fun pictures.

  10. What a beautiful blog! I also love gardening...and do rose inoculations...I have two new inoculations on the rose ...
    I love the flowers...

  11. The first bird told the second bird that it "just had to go check this place out". LOL! Looks like a good lookout spot.

  12. For me is the same..or not..?!!
    lovely blog,see you soon!

  13. Laughing at Lona's comment.
    One bird looks a little darker, doesn't it?
    Sure seem to be a popular spot.


  14. I think it is the same bird. It has its feathers all fluffed out in the first photos. I think! Great photos!

  15. Isn't it a House Wren? Looks like the same bird to me....

  16. Lovely photos! I think its the same bird ...

  17. Cute little puffy thing isn't it?

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

  18. Thank you everyone! The first bird was very fluffy and looked almost round, like a ball. Its behavior was unusual and attracted my attention: it was jumping on and off the top of the yew repeatedly. On the second day, the bird was not fluffy, but also was doing the same trick. Is it a type of some workout for them?

  19. They look like the same bird. Must be a happy one!

  20. House sparrows in the garden... Such a nice photos. Watching birds brings great happiness to a home.


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