Sideways Glaring At Me
We had a little drama the other night – the Momma Cardinal was teaching this little guy to fly and he got stranded on our deck for a few minutes. There wasn’t much time to swing the camera up and click away. He sensed us enough through the glass to turn sideways and glare at us. Momma came back a few minutes later, coaxed him to fly under the maple tree, up onto the fence, then back into the tree.
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I am a backyard adventurer, philosopher and observer, recording my life in journals and photographs. Visit my blog at www.livingtheseasons.com.
I’ve been snapping photos of little birds at our bird feeders recently. I love to watch their antics. Their world seems as significant to them as ours is to us. Wish we humans could see that about all species that share our earth. We’re just…
one of the bunch… :)
I think you’re right – after all, to them that bird feeder is their whole world. Thanks for stopping by!
the bird was very funny, but definitely hard to catch.
What a precious little gray fluff ball. Learning to fly must be tough. But the little birdie will never have to learn to tie shoelaces.
That is true! Tying shoelaces are a tough skill for a small child.