Merry Meet and Merry Part, and Merry Meet again

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Love Child

Back in March of this year, I had a post entitled "Lovey Dovey" here with this photo:

Yesterday I was working in the garden and discovered the sweetest baby. I was able to sneak in the house, grab my camera and snapped a photo.

He or she was hard to see at first; very well camouflaged with all its dots and streaks. After I took the photo, she hid under the blueberry bush for a while. Later, her parents returned to the garden and cooed softly for her in that low pitch. The baby responded with its own tiny coo and they reunited. So sweet. You never know what you will see in your own back yard!!

(As always, click on the photo for a closer look).


Spiritartartist said...

What a cute baby picture Robin!

mxtodis123 said...

That little one is so cute. Yep, ya never know what you are going to find. Unbelievable what has shown up in my back yard and I am in the city...Robins, cardinals, crows, racoons, squirrels, and even a possum. LOL!!

Aine said...

That is so wonderful! I am enjoying hearing the birds again! It's so nice to have all these natural wonders in the backyard!

The Traveler said...

Aaaaw. How absolutely sweet!

FreeWitch said...

Ohhh thank you for giving me my "awwww" moment for the day!

Ponderosa Pagan said...

one time I found a baby dove in a front yard and i waited all day and the mama didnt come back. I was so sad and I took the baby in and nursed her back to health. She passed away many days later unfortunately but I will always remember her!
blessings to your baby!

Anonymous said...

So beautiful! Not something that will happen here I´m afraid, Teodor is a bit to skillful catching birds unfortunately.

Have a great day!

Magic Love Crow said...

Hey Robin ;o) So cute and adorable! Thanks for sharing these pictures ;o) Did you see my post with our baby dove?
These doves are having lots of babies this year ;o) Have a wonderful day ;o)

Mina said...

Too sweet! How wonderful that you were able to capture this image. Hmmm...are you a bird whisperer?