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Happy New Year to you dear Sam and Family.What a great find, I wonder what sorta birdie uses that nest?Loves and licky kissesPrincess Leah xxx
Happy New Year to you too!I saw some birds but I think they my be too big for this nest. We'll have to wait and see who moves in.
Hari OmEither a learner bird (first time parent) or a bird with no fear - in which case don't get too near!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
They don't scare me. ��
That is a COOL Nest... we like the String Embellishments...Very CHIC if you ask US.
Yes, it does add a touch of the designer look.
You will have to keep us updated, Sam!
I'll keep you posted
That is very cool!! We can't wait to see if you get to see birdies in it this spring!Smileys!Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo
I'll let you know.
What a beautiful little nest! Thank you so much for your nice comment today. I forwarded your suggestion on to Evan's mom.
Thank you. Have a wonderful day.
you never know - in a few months there could be some chirping coming from that :)
Can't wait to see!
Looks like a robin's nest. Wow! We were very lucky to have a robin build a nest and raise her young in the bush right under our window a couple years ago. That was amazing!
Cool. They have blue eggs, I think.
What a great nest.
Aw, lovely! I hope you see birdies (but don't try to see if they smell like chicken!).
I usually don't get close enough but I'm sure they smell like chicken.
Hi, Sam! Thank you so much for visiting my blog and commenting on Evan's story. You and Evan are indeed very much alike - you're both perfectly extra special! I have added you to my blog list and can't wait to get to know you better!
Thanks for joining me!
I bet you may even see some eggs in the Spring! ( only 8 or 9 weeks to go!)
That is one fabulous find Sammy!! Can hardly wait to see what you find there this spring :-)Blessings, Aimee
Mom loves to find nests in the trees but then she keeps us away. Bummer!