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So cute, I just adore little birds.

2010-02-16T11:41:29.550-05:00

So cute, I just adore little birds.



hee hee...Your birdies sure are silly!

2010-02-10T19:20:34.029-05:00

hee hee...Your birdies sure are silly!



Break it down, playah. You are wonderful.

2010-02-07T20:53:23.984-05:00

Break it down, playah. You are wonderful.



Oh how I enjoy your sense of humor with the bird p...

2010-02-04T22:20:37.036-05:00

Oh how I enjoy your sense of humor with the bird photos... Wish I could get the shots you do!

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal



Love those little wrens - you have the right '...

2010-02-04T22:10:23.086-05:00

Love those little wrens - you have the right 'tude for them. I am a transplant to Nc and live inthe mountains - enjoying it all.



What you do with a camera is amazing, Mary! Those...

2010-02-04T11:08:09.161-05:00

What you do with a camera is amazing, Mary! Those little feathered friends move so quickly but you've got your finger on the shutter really fast! Beautiful images!
Diane



Mary, I have had the western counterpart to your w...

2010-02-04T03:24:22.332-05:00

Mary, I have had the western counterpart to your wrens hanging around my yard this year-Bewick's wrens! I also get rock wrens and cactus wrens. So much fun to watch and so much attitude like you say. A fun post! Are you going back to New River this year?



Mary, I hope the birds know they are such "st...

2010-02-03T21:02:38.827-05:00

Mary, I hope the birds know they are such "stars" in the blogoshere!



Your blog is amazing! Such AWESOME photographs of ...

2010-02-03T09:47:24.431-05:00

Your blog is amazing! Such AWESOME photographs of the sweetest friends and your notes...
A favorite!
Wishing you the best~
Michelle



Dang. Now I'm going to have to figure out how...

2010-02-02T11:29:08.020-05:00

Dang. Now I'm going to have to figure out how to Youtube that song 'cause I'm a hopeless culture illiterate.

But I sure could appreciate those lyrics as a caption for those precious wren poses.

The onlookers pixes are a hoot.

"minding my own business!" Har!

Sure glad you don't mind yours, Mary . . .

the world would be short several smiles and chuckles.

{{Hugs}}
Cathy



What an adorable post, Mary!!! :)

2010-01-31T08:45:47.234-05:00

What an adorable post, Mary!!! :)



Fabulous post Mary!!

2010-01-30T15:26:04.165-05:00

Fabulous post Mary!!



What a great post Mare! It sure brought a smile t...

2010-01-30T08:57:55.283-05:00

What a great post Mare! It sure brought a smile to my face! I love your little wrens--it must be amazing to have them living so close to you!



Terrific photos Mary. You really have a knack wit...

2010-01-25T20:48:32.392-05:00

Terrific photos Mary. You really have a knack with words and photos of giving those birds personalities!



something drew me back to your post. i couldn'...

2010-01-25T18:59:07.726-05:00

something drew me back to your post. i couldn't put my finger on it at first, but now i know: it was the look of grandmotherly wisdom emanating from the white-throated sparrow. like she just clicked her tongue and said, "ah...young love. those were the days..."

i don't know how you capture so much personality in those birds!



I have always found wrens to be very reclusive and...

2010-01-25T18:28:04.325-05:00

I have always found wrens to be very reclusive and always on the move. Great pictures as expected!



i LOVE those things! i can't believe you got s...

2010-01-25T17:57:54.108-05:00

i LOVE those things! i can't believe you got such great shots of them! maybe that's the trick: catch 'em when they've got their undies in a bundle, and maybe they won't mind the person over there with the camera...they have bigger matters to attend to.

the wrens are one of my favorite birds. i love their tail feather patterns and their posture. and their sounds, even the raspy "get out of my face" warning.

great shots, once again, and another entertaining story to go with them.



What a riot, Mary!!!! ROFL! As always, these are...

2010-01-25T12:32:02.283-05:00

What a riot, Mary!!!! ROFL! As always, these are awesome photos.



Can anything scold with more verve that wrens of a...

2010-01-25T09:58:16.704-05:00

Can anything scold with more verve that wrens of any sort? I don't have Carolinas here, but the little house wrens that nest every year here are just the same!
2 years ago a house sparrow tried to take over a favored nestbox, Mrs. Wren threw every bit of their nesting material out on to the ground, muttering and swearing every minute she worked.



I love how they are just so fearless!

2010-01-25T06:49:53.670-05:00

I love how they are just so fearless!



Dear Mary, The little Carolina Wrens are darling. ...

2010-01-24T19:35:28.854-05:00

Dear Mary,
The little Carolina Wrens are darling. I have a pair in one of the hanging wicker baskets by the back door.
I always think the two of them are so cute. They do seem to have an attitude....
Sherry



Cute shots of the Carolina, Wren, Mary!

2010-01-24T13:46:09.075-05:00

Cute shots of the Carolina, Wren, Mary!



This is great Mary...love all the onlookers, just ...

2010-01-24T10:56:54.316-05:00

This is great Mary...love all the onlookers, just staying out of the way. And I'm going to have that song stuck in my head all day now!



Adorable! And who am I to say they weren't tal...

2010-01-24T10:09:33.544-05:00

Adorable! And who am I to say they weren't talking about an interloping female! The worst Carolina wren fight I ever saw was when a second female intruded on the territory of my home pair. The two females were rolling around on the ground, and the homegirl was pecking her in the vent, ow ow ow. What finally happened: the interloper built a nest in the garage; the homegirl stayed in her copper bucket under the eave, and the male tended both broods, which were only about 50' apart. VERY unusual in these genetically monogamous birds.
LOVELY shots and great interpretation. You might be right on the money!



Brilliant as always! I tried to host IATB again t...

2010-01-24T08:32:10.209-05:00

Brilliant as always! I tried to host IATB again this month -- if for no other reason than to re-reward you with Photographer of the Year again!! You're way ahead of the competition!!!