Pui de pasare / Baby bird

By: Miki

Jun 05 2012

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Category: Birds in the garden, Garden

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Aperture:f/4.6
Focal Length:15.4mm
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Camera:DMC-FX3

S-a dus vestea, mierlele sigur au auzit de blogul meu si vor sa devina ele vedetele lui, in locul pisicilor🙂
Azi am ramas inmarmurita cand am dat cu ochii de scena asta: Misha nas in nas cu un pui de mierla, care inca nu poate zbura.

L-am infascat pe Misha si l-am dus in casa, am facut o sesiune de photoshooting cu puiul si numai bine s-a intors atunci si Jami din peregrinari, asa ca l-am dus si pe el inauntru.

Si noi care ne miram de ce o mierla (tatal puiului, stim acum), dadea atat de mult tarcoale prin gradina, adunand viermi si piuind la greu. Cred ca era in mare panica cu puiul in gradina si doi pisoi in preajma… noroc ca e tare bine camuflat puiul, cred ca nu l-au vazut mai devreme pisicii…

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The word is out, the blackbirds must have heard about my blog and they want to become the stars of the blog, instead of the cats🙂

Today I couldn’t believe my eyes when I witnessed this: Misha facing a baby blackbird, which cannot fly yet.

I grabbed Misha and took him inside, I had a photoshooting session with the chick and when I was done Jami also returned from his travels, so I took him inside as well.

And we were wondering why a blackbird (the chick’s father, now we know), was so often present in the garden, picking worms and peeping a lot. He must have been panicking having the chick in the garden with two cats as well… luckily the baby is very well camouflaged, I think the cats haven’t seen it before…

 

 

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