~Dirty Birds~

We have a nest and a family of swallows.  I’m pretty sure they are swallows anyway. Here, the two adults are building and exchanging mud beak duty for Sunday Stills.

I just love the animal life here *minus the rattlers..ugh don’t like the snakes, nope*. Every year this nest comes back. I am not too keen on the workings of the swallow’s nest, but each year I get one right above the doorway…mud and all.

I love my Dirty Birds.

Til next time…

  1. These are amazing!

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    1. Thank you Paula! The nest now looks like a little fortress.

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  2. Fascinating! Lovely sequence.

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    1. I think the vote is Swallow. My friend says they are a bit off course since they like being a bit more south around the ocean. They are very territorial too.

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  3. Swallows are hard to shoot (with a camera)! Nice photos of #feathered friends and glad to see these smart birds building their nest in a decent spot! Thanks for linking to #SundayStills!

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    1. They sure are quick and I had to pull back because one was becoming an angry dirty bird.

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  4. you should put a video camera up to record them building!

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    1. I tried yesterday, it was so interesting to watch. I wasn’t very good at it. I should try again.

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      1. practice improves one sight

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    1. Thank you Cindy. They are in an awkward place for me to stand, I am happy I got a little bit of them.

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    1. They sure are mighty little workers.

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      1. Yes, they are that indeed.

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