Sunday, June 12, 2011
My husband and I were checking on flowers for a neighbor who
was on vacation when we found 3 tiny and adorable surprises.
She has a tiny tree in a pot near her garage. The tree can't
be more than 3 feet high, at most.
Feel the eyes watching you?
Nestled in a tiny nest in that tiny tree were three baby wrens,
stacked on top of each other like pancakes.
I love the look on the bottom wren's face.
I think he wants his siblings
to give him some breathing space.
Aren't they adorable?
They are so tiny and can't be very old.
Momma Wren was nearby,
chirping and watching us
closely. I quickly got my pictures
and then left Momma and babies alone.
I love finding tiny surprises like this.
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