They were relocated to the side of the house which lets us watch the activity from the dining room window. There's been a host of sparrows and chickadees and many young ones being taught how to feed themselves.
Most of these young ones are fully fledged and can fly well on their own, but like many bird young-uns they prefer to have mom gather food and feed them.
It's quite entertaining to watch the process. The young ones gather around the feeder, fluttering their wings excitedly until given food. At times, they seem to be more patient, sitting stop the feeder.
Then after being lunch, it's naptime and any nearby branch will do.
Our fluffy feathered friends have provided so much entertainment this week, that sometimes we need to walk away to get other things done.
But wait, we're both retired so there's always time to sit and watch the
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