This is so cute. I especially love the ruffled feathers pics. I've been there, birdies. :DGlad it all worked out in the end and peace prevailed.
they are just like people... squabble squabble squabble, do they have flight rage instead of road rage? they are so cute.. my feathers get ruffled just like this one did... bet i make more noise. you said before the storm, did the storm come? is everything ok?
Cute post! The birds learn how to simply be together. People should learn from the birds. Have a happy Wednesday!
Thanks for joining in with your picture and story. We so enjoy watching the birds at the bird feeder....then the darn pigeons and the squirrels chase them all away for a time.
I always like seeing them finding just the smallest bits of food on the ground. I think a lot of them have become dependent on sloppy humans who eat outside.
Indeed the best choice!
Plenty of food for everyone, guys. Now, chill!
Isn't it interesting that birds do have distinct personalities? There are the meek as well as bullies.
What a sweet pair!
Lovely photos , If only humans would learn from nature how to just get a long and be . Thanks for sharing , have a good day !
They are so enjoyable to watch! Full of personality!
Very nice pictures, Gail. (^_^)
Enjoyed this one Gail, no need for ruffled feathers. This made me think of the times on the beach when I've seen the gulls fight for chips.
Plenty for everyone . . . no need for squabbles . . .Happy Day Amiss Gail . . .
gresat birds love from Poland
...now that was a lovely post.All the best Jan
A fine example of all the things people (and critters) disagree over that are of no consequence at all, plenty of ways to make sure everyone has their needs met. If only we could learn to tolerate and appreciate our differences. Then there would be far fewer ruffled feathers! ;-)
We could all learn from them, I believe.=)
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