Young Tufted Titmouse (birds ). Photo by icmoore
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Young Tufted Titmouse

Uploaded by: icmoore

Friday May 29, 2009

Melrose, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: The young ones are learning to land and bathe in my backyard. They look a little like someone skipping stones across the water at first.

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4. icmoore
5:48 PM GMT on June 02, 2009
Thank you SunsetFL! I LOVE all of the owl shots you've been posting!
Thank you also seawitch and Nita! I had to post and run earlier for a torture cleaning at the Dentist LOL! I appreciate your compliments! They look so funny and cute bouncing across the water until they get use to it.
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3. Nita
1:53 PM GMT on June 02, 2009
I love the Tufted Titmouses, and this is a great shot.
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2. seawitch1261
1:23 PM GMT on June 02, 2009
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1. SunsetFL
12:39 PM GMT on June 02, 2009
This is my favorite of the series. I love the water action.
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My name is Cathy and I first joined WU in 2005 for the great weather info and Dr. Master's blog and then later discovered the wonderful photography community here. I so enjoy seeing everyone's pictures and sharing some of mine. My husband of 42 years and I sold the house we had lived in for 25 years and raised our 2 sons in then downsized to a cottage on a barrier island on the west coast of FL. It's about a block away from the Gulf and we are living our dream now and praying that the big wind don't blow :)

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