Sunday, May 5, 2019

Splash...Splash

I have a bird friendly back yard...
Plants that attract birds, hanging feeders, window feeders, suet feeders and bird baths.
The hubs always helps me to maintain it, 
and recently replaced many of the feeders and cleaned everything up.
He also scrubbed the bird bath, and filled it with fresh water... 
his efforts have not gone unnoticed.
The birds have been scrubbing themselves silly...












"Could I Get A Little Privacy Please"?

18 comments:

  1. Those are hilarious shots and I like you love to see the birds bathing themselves Debbie

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  2. Love the expression of the bird in the last photo. All the birds are obviously enjoying the results of your husband's hard work. What a wonderful man he is.

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  3. They actually take a bath! I thought that was a figure of speech.

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  4. Hello, love your cute Robin splishing and splashing. Cute photos. Kudos to your hubby, I am sure the birds appreciate you both!

    Enjoy your day, have a great week ahead!

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  5. These photos brought a lol moment this morning, Debbie. Perfect! All the work paid off big time! The fruits of his labour were enjoyed by humans and animals alike.

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  6. Hahaha - so cute. It looks like your little bird is really enjoying his splash!

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  7. In my experience robins are more prone to bathe than almost any other species, and seem to really enjoy it.

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  8. You captured the action in all its fury. They really get into their baths.

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  9. These photos brought a smile! Loved the fun shots of the bird having a great time bathing.
    Blessings and hugs!

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  10. The word is going to go out to all the birds! It’s all about the spa in your backyard!

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  11. Nice! Have you noticed that most birds look "angry" after a bath? LOL!

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  12. You got some really great shots!

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  13. That is too cute, watching him take a bath, I don't have a bird bath. Love your privacy please photo, LOL! I need to clean a couple of my suets again, they seem to get worse than the bird feeder.

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  14. I have a rock in the top of my bird bath too.
    Is it for the birds to sit on, because I never see them do that, or...
    is it to weigh down the top to keep it from tipping over?

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  15. LOL! Don't they just love having a bath :)
    Fabulous series of photographs.

    All the best Jan

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