Crowded Out (Spring birds ). Photo by phantom72
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Crowded Out

Uploaded by: phantom72

Tuesday May 21, 2013

Liberty, NC (Current Weather Conditions)


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1. WeatherWise
7:46 PM GMT on June 22, 2013
Yes, the robin's nest is SO small for such
large birds! There is a lot of scrambling,
pecking, pushing and shoving going on
during their waking moments. Perhaps that
is why Mom keeps their tummies full and
has them napping. Great shot - I think I
have one more robin left on the nest.
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I've been a fan of Wunderphotos for several years. Finally joined, then got up the nerve to participate.Recently retired from county goverment,I hope to spend more time in my yard, with my grandchildren,with my friends & taking road trips to indulge my photography addiction. I look forward everyday to seeing what my wunder friends are doing. I've learned so much studying your photos.I enjoy & appreciate all your comments & communications. You all are such an inspiration for me to try to improve. ---Pam

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