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Thursday, June 19

We're goin to have 3 new kids on the block..........


aren't these just the sweetest little eggs you've ever seen ?? I went out on the porch to water my ferns the other morning and a bird flew out and I just about had a coronary right there ! I had noticed grass all over my porch and I kept sweeping it off. Momma and daddy have been very busy. The eggs are just the faintest color of blue. I will keep an eye on them and try to get a pic of them when they hatch. I don't have a clue as to what kind of bird that has built the nest .

10 comments:

Jeanne said...

Yeah, I am the first to see those sweet eggs in the nest. Why are we so enthralled by a birds nest and eggs? Amazing photograph.

Thanks for looking in on my post. your comments are always welcome.

Going to bed, it's late.
Jeanne

GrandmaKathleen said...
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GrandmaKathleen said...

Happy belated Birthday, Theresa:)Hope you had a memorable
enjoyable Day.
Your photo is lovely. As to your question: I think they might be Eastern birdbirds eggs. There is a photo of blue eggs that look like yours at this link
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eastern_Bluebird

Vanessa Greenway said...

That is so sweet! Luccky you to have these sweet little nest at your porch. Love little birdies! Hugs, Vanessa

Eleanor said...

What a lovely photo and keep us posted as those eggs are hatched. Sorry I missed your birthday. But a very happy belated one, dear friend. May God bless you richly! Lots of love Eleanor

Kim's Treasures said...

Oh how sweet! Beautiful picture!

Beverly said...

This is so cool. I hope you can get another picture when they hatch.

Brenda Kula said...

So sweet! Yesterday afternoon I kept hearing a bird chirping, and my Yorkies were barking at the back door that goes to the garage. So I open the door, and there's this little wren! And I hadn't been anywhere in the car for days. So it must have entered when I took the trash out or something. I had to take my broom and gently ease it outside!
Brenda

Rachel said...

what a beautiful thing to have right in your backyard!! i will come back again to see the beautiful baby birds! Great work on your blog! I LOVE IT!!

Mo said...

Aww.. so sweet. My mom has her own aviary I call it now. It started out with one bird building a nest in a birdhouse on her porch. Now I think the last few months there are have been 3 or 4 separate nests in hanging plants and birdhouses. I'm sure before too long you'll hear the churpping of baby birds again.