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Molly & the chickadee

 I went outside this morning to do some yard work & noticed Molly standing near the pile of gravel looking "puzzled"
 This is what she was looking at
 It's a baby chickadee looking very,very sad!
 He either fell or was pushed out of his nest & couldn't figure out how to fly.
 Molly just watched over him....she wouldn't hurt a fly.
 I thought they were nesting in my cherry tree either in this nest or
 inside this bird house.
 It took him all afternoon to navigate our front yard with Momma & Papa bird watching over him.  They would keep feeding him & trying to encourage him to fly.  I looked all around after dinner & couldn't find him anywhere so I have my fingers crossed he figured out the flying thing & is safe in a tree for the night.


  1. I'm going to stop visiting this blog....I thought that bird feeder was the mama bird...thougth it was the oddest bloody bird I'd ever seen. LOL.


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