The Rescue

Nothing like being woken up by an angry Momma bird, it was something like 7am (now that's pretty early for us) and the cackling had got all of us out of bed so like usual I went out to feed the cat. 

First I thought it was another overnight casualty laying by the front door but as I looked closer I realized it wasn't dead at all it was a baby bird huddle in the corner, so I scooped it up with a broken pot, now it's just a myth that you can't touch a baby bird, I just didn't want to. 

After looking closely for any signs that Snowball had gotten to her I went to look for the nest and by the sounds of of the momma and daddy birds it wasn't to far.

I called all the kiddos outside to say hi to our new little feathered friend!

They named her Tumbles. She lives in a tree right outside of Zen and Eco's bedroom window.

I then climbed a ladder to examine the nest, it had collapsed, so after a little ingenuity and nest rehabilitation I place Tumbles back in her home.

Snowball spent some time examining the post rescue situation and Momma bird came by to say thank you.

Tumbles ( baby Wood Thrush)

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  1. Awwwww! Poor little baby! So glad you were able to rescue it!

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  2. Awww, that's so sweet! Love these! Thanks so much for joining us in the Leap Into Spring Photo Challenge. We're moving on to our new theme tomorrow, Easter/eggs. Can't wait to see what you come up with! Have a great day!

  3. Oh my goodness, what a sweet little bird! I love how fascinated the kids are in that one photos, so lovely. I'm happy you were able to rescue her!

  4. Awesome! Love the shots and the experience and the heroism too!

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