Hi everyone. This is The Daily Bone and I'm your gracious doggie host Joseph (Joey dog) Spaniel. My easily distracted colleague Chester L. W. Spaniel was too impatient to stand still for photos.
When ghostwriter got home from work a robin was hopping around in the front yard. Instead of flying away, it gave her the stink eye! We think it must have a nest somewhere nearby.
A few years ago, there was a robin's nest in the bushes right under the window. We got to watch the eggs hatch and the baby robins grow up.
I wonder which bush it's going to nest in this year?
Oh, and the grackle family built a nest in the tall arborvitae bush. See? There's Mr. Dungflinger sitting on the top and squawking at us. Ghostwriter is not very fond of grackles because they poop all over the cars, and have all the singing prowess of a squeaky hinge!
It's getting a bit late for a barking campaign against those dirty birdies, but tomorrow's another day.
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Those grackles are nasty dudes, growlmy has seen them peck other birds to death, OMD:(ReplyDelete
And yes they sure are a noisy bunch...
Hope your robin has a nest in a safe spot:))
I luv barkin dem burdies too!ReplyDelete
If my peeps calls our one by the name of Sweetie I come running in sheer annoyance as there is only one sweetie in this house. Have a super Saturday.ReplyDelete
Best wishes Molly
We hope Mrs Robin chooses her nesting spot very carefully!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots♥
Mitch and Molly
We once had a birdie make her nest in the pretty wreath on our front door! Lots of fun to watch them little ones grow and thrive, but oh what a mess they made by the time they all flew awat!!! That wreath was history!ReplyDelete
Woos - Ciara and Lightning