Tuesday, July 16, 2013

The New Kids On The Block, Part 1









I don't usually see Carolina Wrens in my yard.
 
If you have never seen one, they are small, with a short tail.
They have a beautiful, warm brown color
and a prominet white eyebrow!
 
This guy has been hanging around and sings for food!
My kinda guy!
 
 

28 comments:

  1. we have them here - i adore their powerful singing and pert little attitude!

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  2. I don't have them here but sure wish I did. He's so pretty!

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  3. Word's getting out on the bird grape vine that your place is the happiest place in Jersey for a bird to set a spell!!

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  4. What a great series of photos ... I love wrens.

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  5. Yes, we have them, but now that you mention it, I haven't seen one in quite a while. I'm thinking the kitties outside have a lot to do with the decline in our bird appearances. :) Beautiful shots!

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  6. They know where to find the "good stuff!!!"
    Really sweet shots of them, Debbie.

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  7. Such a cute little fellow! I love the different shades of brown in his feathers. He looks like he has plenty of fun attitude!

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  8. Hi Debbie... Fantastic that you got these great shot's and that you got to see one how cool is that!!
    Love the third from the bottom!!
    I have never seen then go for food like that!!
    Mine don't get treat's they have to get there's natures way ...haha!!
    Grace

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  9. What a sweet little dude! Love these pics!

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  10. I have them. So far they have made three nests. They sing to us all the time. My boys love them. They don't seem to fit in with the rest of the yard birds, but they love us.

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  11. Word must be out, that your yard has the best food around!!! Stay cool in this heat.

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  12. it's so cute...He loves to be photographed..

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  13. Awesome photographs of your tiny new visitor, Debbie! I know Carolina Wrens can be seen in our area, but only rarely do I have a sighting. This sweet post brought a big smile to my face.

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  14. Szkoda, że tych ślicznych ptaszków nie ma u nas. Pozdrawiam.
    It is unfortunate that these cute little birds not with us. Yours.

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  15. So cute - those white eyebrows make it look so serious!

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  16. One of my favorite yardbirds. Nice that he/she was singing for their food. Cute shots, Debbie!

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  17. Excelentes fotografias de belo pássaro....
    Cumprimentos

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  18. And they have quite a loud song for such a tiny bird! There's a resident Carolina Wren in my backyard that just loves to taunt my cats through the window.

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  19. They are one of my residents I can count on appearing. I love to hear them singing in the morning. Enjoy!

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  20. You are spoiling those guys to death....They are smart; they know who to sing to...

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  21. I have these little guys in our yard all the time, so happy to know what they are now!!!

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  22. What a cutie! They are pretty skittish around here so we don't usually get them so close.

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  23. Sweet and adorable pics Debbie! And thanks again for the tip on the tripod. It arrived and I can't wait to use it :)

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  24. They are inquisitive little things too, if I remember! :-) Great photos!

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