Great captures of the Titmouse. It will not be long before you start to see these juvies, how cute.
Great shots..and this is one moment that I don't envy birds their wings. I'd rather be dealing with diaper duty with hands! ;)
all natural...great photos...
I love it...I'm going to show my hubby this bird house. We want to add more around the yard and this one looks like a perfect one to put on the trees here. I looked yesterday and they are pretty pricey here.
Pretty cool. I didn't know they cleaned up after their young.
oooohhh you have babies, how wonderful. cute pictures, GREAT narrative. enjoy grandma!!!
How sweet...it always amazes me how the birds keep house!
Poop sack? Who knew? I am getting such an education here.
Ah, love these little birds even better knowing they are tidy.
Even though cloth diapering is a lot of work, today I can be grateful that I don't have to remove the diapers with my teeth...
yet another thing i did not know that i learned from bloggin. who knew about the poop sacs, I did not!!!
What a good Mommy...even the birds need changing. Now I know where some of my old fence boards are going,~~~into houses for the wee ones.BlessYourHeart
I was not aware they are so attentive to keeping a clean house, nice sequence.
You get the most amazing pictures. I should sit out by my swimming pool and do that, all of the bird carry their poop sacks and drop them in the pool. It just makes me laugh that they go to all of that trouble.
You got me on that one...poop sacks. Had to go to google and look it up. Great shots you were able to capture.
wow! this is a new one to me as well! i suppose this box could get pretty stinky inside if it wasn't cleaned out. your little titmouse is the epitome of the happy homemaker.
hehe...now that is MY kind of clean!:) Glad to know they are also environmentally friendly;0)
Cute titmouse post!
Great captures.I have tried so many times to get those 'diaper' shots,but without luck.
Wow - I learn something everyday while reading your blog!
We have titmouse (is more than one titmice?) at our feeders. I should make a nesting box for them. Is this design what they prefer? I need to do some research. Google!
Hi Texwisgirl, Very tender pictures. Nature is good! Have an excellent day!
This is a fine domestic series showing how the titmouse manages common problem of having the very young around. Fine post.
I love the title 'Diaper Duty.' The little things about nature just blow me away. 'love & hugs from afar'
Theresa, great capture! Great shots!
Too funny-thanks for the laugh! Great photos :)
This was a funny post, makes me laugh:))Have a nice week:)
Great shots of the titmouse. We don't see them here very often. I didn't know they kept such a clean nest. Can't wait to see the baby pictures. They must be really tiny now.
Who knew? I swear I learn something new from your blog on a weekly basis. :)
Not only your pictures are a treasure but also is the way you write your "view" of what is happening. The Diaper Duty made me giggle with pleasure and endearment. Ms. T, you are fantastic!xxxxxx
I learned something new today! Who knew they were such tidy birdhousewives! Great shots!
I've seen bluebirds do this.
Great capture of family life. Teresa
What a great post and what a great series of pictures. I had no idea that birds did this. I wonder what they wrap it up in.
Barn red... to go with your barn. I love that birdhouse...even more than the fancy ones! xo
who knew! haha!such amazing captures!betty
Yeah, somebody has to do it! :-)
I did not think about calling it diaper duty, but that is what the wren was doing down home...only I didn't see where he came from but he always went to this one rose of sharon bush and dropped it under it...I guess it needed fertilize!
I like it..."Diaper Duty"!
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