Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Birds do find unusual ways of converting man made objects into homes for themselves. We have two different bird nests in the sun shades on the patio of our home in Scottsdale. We will not put the shades down until the birds have raised their young.I wonder if they have class lessons in architecture school about designing buildings without spots for birds to make nests in unwanted places.
Another bird. I see a pattern here.
Hope he doesn't get too hot up there!Those sparrows will nest wherever they find a place.
I love birds at shopping centers! The ones at the Home Depot where we used to live had swallows that made nests inside the building. The birds would swoop the doors, causing them to open automatically - and go right in!
I think that's a good place for keeping a beady eye out for people he might like to fly over and drop a gift on....!
makin his home at Target! LoL!
That's so funny. Coincidentally, we were awaiting my sister and her daughter at the Orlando airport when all of a sudden I realized there was an entire flock of little sparrows flitting about! There are a lot of indoor trees in big pots and that's where they live. Of course people feed them so I don't think they'll ever leave!No, that white spot on my head is really my hair!
Don't you find it amazing where these birds will find to nest! Gosh...I hear a mulitude of birds every morning by 0500..they r right outside my bedroom window..and some have taken to making their nest in our eaves...yippee! NOT!!!
That looks like a perfect safe haven for the little guy.
Aww, cute bird peeking over the side!
How cute. We have a flock of sparrows that hang out under the eaves of the hardware store in town.Sunny :)
One of the most lovely pictures seen around!
Maybe he made a safe home there after losing a home to a hurricaine in the past. ;)
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