Wednesday, July 20, 2011

It Looks Like We're Going to be Empty Nesters Soon

I've been seeing two birds in one of my birdhouses for weeks and wondered how the babies were doing.  I hadn't ever seen them, but I could see a lot of nesting material in the birdhouse.  Today I was outside taking pictures of my front yard and I got to see the babies!


 The mother (or maybe the father?) came back several times with food for them.  Boy was there a lot of squawking every time the food was getting close!

***You can click on any of the pictures to enlarge them.  Please excuse my very elementary photography skills!  :)

What a fun surprise this morning!  Good thing I had my trusty helper!  :) 

Isn't it fitting that I received this gift from my good blogging friend Martina @ Northern Nesting yesterday?  I was the winner of her recent giveaway.  I love her blog and love this gift!   Thank you Martina!

Thanks so much for coming by!


I am linking to the following parties:

Stuff and Nonsense
My Romantic Home's Show and Tell Friday
Chic on a Shoestring Decorating


  1. Hi Pam,

    The birds are just darling and your dog is so sweet looking.
    I love your wire cloche. I just decorated one and posted it on my blog. I used fresh flowers and it looks really nice.


  2. aww.. i love to see baby birds.
    I love the prize you won,, Lucky girl!

  3. It's so awesome to watch little birdies as they leave the nest! You're a lucky girl winning that wonderful giveaway!

  4. Hey Pam...congrats on winning this birdcage,can't wait to see your creativeness!...and the photo's of our feathered friends, outstanding!
    I love the one were babies are getting lunch too!

  5. I love love love the wire cloche! How lucky you are!

  6. Liked your bird post. So sweet with their little heads poking out for their dinner. We had four baby mocking birds to fly away this week. Their nest was by the window so I got a few peeks every day of them when they were being fed. I had wrens earlier in the spring. I did several posts on their story. I almost threw them away!

  7. I'm so glad you were able to see this and capture it with your camera as well. Isn't nature wonderful?

  8. Pam, what perfect timing for receiving Marty's fantastic prize. It is a pretty cloche! :D

    Ricki Jill

  9. Such sweet pictures Pam!! I love watching birds. So happy you like the cloche:) Martina

  10. Such amazing photos Pam! I love baby birds!

    An even better, that giveaway you won! Going to enter yours now!

    Take care,

  11. Sweet and delightful to see the little one's head popping out and how the parent takes care of their baby. Wonder if there is more than one? Thanks for sharing and the pictures are fine!

  12. How fun, Pam! We've been watching our robin, bluebird, and crested flycatcher babies, too! Isn't it nice knowing that you provided a safe and cozy home for them? :)

    xoxo laurie

  13. The bird cloche was the perfect complement to your bird pictures. Love both!!!

  14. What sweet pictures! This makes me want to put up a birdhouse. Thanks for sharing. :)

  15. Love love the babies!


    kelee katillac

  16. What an adorable photo of the baby bird being fed! I would say your photography skills are quite good to capture that. Lovely prize you won!

  17. Hi, Pam! You've got so much creativity here and I'm admiring them all. Can you please share your creative posts at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop? Hope to see you there :)

  18. This is such a lovely post! Thanks for sharing. Your space is truly creative.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

  19. This is the first time I've commented on your blog and I do have to say that your pictures of the momma and baby birdies are awesome! All things birdies are one of my fave things. We get nests in the oddest places in our yard - now I want to get them a real bird house like yours. Thanks for sharing such sweet pictures!

  20. What a sweet gift from Martina! it's so nice to have such great blogging friends! Enjoy your gift!

  21. wow amazing ...!!

    for inspiring your home improvement and any tips you can come here


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