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  1. Hi - question on bluebirds. The bluebird on the left is younger- the parents are still feeding it. The bluebird on the right is an older sibling - hatched in the spring. At first I though the older bird was trying to feed the younger one but then it started attacking it. I finally hit the window to stop it from pecking the younger, smaller bird. Do you know why it did this? I keep more than enough worms out there all the time for the bluebirds. I believe there are 7 - the parents, 3 juveniles hatched in the spring, and two more juveniles hatched more recently which the parents still feed. Thank you, Nancy Charlotte, NC
  2. Nice - thank you! Do you think it was one born this year?
  3. Any idea what type of hawk? I think it was interested in the mourning dove that was sitting in the same spot just before it flew over.
  4. TBN - thank you for that link. He is back today, can fly, and is noisy as ever so he appears to be fine. Just likes to make himself heard I guess!
  5. Okay thank you. Hopefully it will be okay.
  6. Another closer video IMG_5305.MOV
  7. I think this is a baby Carolina wren. It seems to have lost its family. It’s been begging for food for about 45 minutes. It flies away when I approach the window but comes back. It’s now sitting on the fence. Is this usual? Do you think it’s okay? Not that I could do anything about it I guess if it wasn’t. I haven’t seen any other wrens around today. IMG_5303.MOV
  8. Hi - I initially thought this was a house finch but then the beak looked a little large and the colors maybe not exactly right. Yesterday in Bridgeport, NJ.
  9. Could the second one be a Carolina Wren?
  10. I did think maybe it was a wren just because it was so loud! 🙂
  11. 6:45 this morning - Charlotte NC. Are you able to identify this bird by its song? IMG_4781.MOV
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