CAROLINA WREN IN SEARCH OF DINNER

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April Fools Day 2014 and it’s not very funny

I received this cute birdhouse that was covered in birdseed  as a gift from my daughter.  When I hung it up, it didn’t take long for the birds to find the new food source.  This Carolina Wren was especially pleased to fill her belly and would return frequently.

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She was even willing, though maybe reluctantly, to share. But sadly, the starling told many of his relatives about the food house and before long……..

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the house was picked clean. When the Carolina Wren returned for an easy meal, she was not at all happy. I’m confident that if she had had a lower lip, it would have been sticking out.

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After searching all around the house, this little bird looked even more perplexed as to what happened to all of the food until…..
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finally she just couldn’t take it anymore and had a pitiful break down.
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There were other backyard options for her to try and she made the rounds that afternoon to all of them….
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….just didn’t necessarily enjoy them. Then she was gone. A true story.

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Vincent Koepp
    Apr 02, 2014 @ 23:25:17

    cute shots!!!

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  2. Dane Dodson
    Apr 02, 2014 @ 14:18:55

    Survival of the fittest…and/or biggest!

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  3. Maureen Mahach
    Apr 02, 2014 @ 13:11:22

    And to think that someone introduced starlings to the USA! That’s a wonderful documentary. I hope you will be able to share it with one of the nature magazines.

    Sent from my iPad

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