Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Home Invasion

The sparrows at our backyard love this bird house that my sister-in-law Chris made and gave to us a couple of years ago. I put it in one of the branches of our crab apple tree and the pretty birds love to use it.
I was stalking the babies of the sparrows that were  inside the bird's house and one of the bravest among the four popped his head on the hole.
While I was taking pictures, the Mom on the  nearby branch was freaking out.
Sorry Mommy, this stalker wouldn't stop flashing lights lol.
I don't want to miss this opportunity so I apologize Momma Sparrow.
Your baby is so brave!  I'll leave you alone now.


  1. The painted barn look ('Mail Pouch') is great. We are happy when the birds create a family in a house, instead of the attic and roof. Mama bird was being very protective of the babies. When mama had enough, you moved away quite well. Stunning views!

  2. I love hearing the bird this Spring, and you captured some amazingly close shots of yours!

  3. Cute shots! We used to breed African Lovebirds, exciting talaga pag may babies.

    My Ruby.

  4. kasi safe sila dyan.. at marami din siguro food. was here too.

  5. Wow ang galing ng pagka narrate mo Rose. Mine is here Mary Anne’s Musings

  6. So cute! I've never seen a baby bird pose like that.

  7. That is precious! And I love the birdhouse!

  8. Hahaha, I would imagine how the momma bird must really be freaking out with her babybird being stalked by a lovely stalker/photographer, hehehe. Well, no harm done because after the picture taking, the stalker left the baby to the relief of momma bird, hehehe. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

  9. I think they are stressed kapag meron flash ang camera .. Well, don't worry mommy bird everything is fine.


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