Thursday, July 20, 2017

Baby Bird Adventure Part 2

More of our baby bird story

When we first noticed the nest 
there appeared to be 3 baby birds

Then one day there was only one and it seemed to be reluctant to leave our yard


Hazel - do you see what is going on over there??


The baby bird was hanging out in the corner


Then we saw the mom (or dad) on the fence above


The mom/dad bird would hop along the fence top 
then down the other side and back up


Then it hopped down to the baby bird
who thought it was getting fed


The parent bird went through the same routine several times trying to encourage the baby to fly up and follow it

The baby never did follow the other bird. 
It stayed right there in our yard. 

Part 3 - my encounter with the baby bird  - tomorrow!


We are the PugRanch Kids
Hazel & Mabel



15 comments:

  1. ha seems the baby berd is related with me... I always refuse to follow the old(er) berd :o)

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  2. Wow.... a baby bird in da yard. Dat is soooooo....... pawsome.
    Wags,
    Ranger

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  3. It's pretty clear to me that the baby birdie wanted to meet you!

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  4. I would want to stay in your garden wiv you as well Hazel and Mabel....butt maybe baby Birdie should do as his Momma tells him!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  5. Guess da birdy wuzn't ready to fly.

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  6. Oh no! I would have caught that baby robin for sure if it was in my yard. Hopefully he learned to fly in time!

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  7. We hope there is still a baby bird tomorrow....just sayin'. They don't last long in our garden.

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  8. Birdie! We hope he's OK!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  9. Oh, my gosh, what is to become of the baby bird. We can' wait for tomorrow.

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  10. Oh dear! I hope that little bird gets brave and learns to fly.

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  11. At least that baby was safe from other predators while in your yard. We sure hope this bird story has a happy ending and that little birdie finally learns to fly.

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  12. We wanna know about that encounter? Did it taste like chicken?

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  13. First of all Hazel I love love love x 100 your red and white gingham dress! OMCs it is stunning.
    Mabel we have caught up with what we missed on the baby bird...once we had some blue bird babes fledge in our yard. The parents squawk and squawked at them until the finally flew. See tomorrow
    I missed you two
    Madi your bfff

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  14. This just proves that kids of all stripes don't want to leave the nest these days. ๐Ÿ™ƒ

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